Students from the Swansea College of Art at University of Wales Trinity Saint David have been given the chance to have their work displayed on a major Swansea City Centre re-development thanks to the staff at Llanelli based construction company Morganstone.
As part of their course and professional development, second year students at the University were given the opportunity to design and plan the artwork to be displayed on the hoarding at Leonard Charles, Swansea, the former department store that is being redeveloped into residential and commercial units by Morganstone on behalf of Coastal Housing Group.
The completed artwork, incorporates images and icons of Swansea, using Morganstone and Coastal colours.
One of the UK’s leading paint brands, Dulux, kindly donated paint for the students to use on their work.
Antonia John, the company’s community engagement manager, said:
“This is a great partnership for Morganstone and the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, and we are thrilled to be helping second year students fulfil the requirements of their course. We are overjoyed with the finished artwork which is a credit to the students Myles Mansfield and Claire Francis who designed and ran the project. We have also had some fantastic contributions from Susana Cardiga, Angie Hall, Leah Meredith and Trish La and would like to thank all those involved for their time in designing and completing the artwork.”
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