If you head down to Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent, you'll find the work of no less than four Handsome Frank artists decorating an incredible new space.
Opened to the public in May 2022, 'The Amelia Scott' has become the new cultural centre at the heart of Tunbridge Wells, featuring an Adult education centre, social space, Museum and gallery.
The creative talents of Abbey Lossing, David Sparshott, Emily Robertson and Luis Mendo were tasked with creating an array ceiling high murals, illustrated scenes for children and hand-painted wallpapers, to adorn the walls of the beautiful cultural hub in Kent, South East England.
Each room had it's own challenges and objectives and we worked closely with Tunbridge Wells Council, via a tender process, to make sure we understood the specific needs and requirments of each space before suggesting the perfect artist.
About The Amelia Scott
The new community space is named after Amelia Scott, a pioneering suffrage activist and social reformer born in 1860, who became one of the first two women elected to the local council, advocating for services like a museum and library.
The Amelia Scott project unites various cultural services thanks to funding from Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, Kent County Council, the National Lottery Heritage Fund, and Arts Council England. Find out more about the space at theamelia.co.uk
Special thanks to The Amelia for supplying images for use, and to Mike Montgomery at de Pass Montgomery for making this happen.