I recently got to paint the walls of the newly renovated Ask Italian in the city centre of Glasgow.  Inspired by the region of Pulia, I used the vibrant tuquoise of the sea contrasting with the white washed walls of Pulias buildings. The mural takes the rugged rock landscape, the structure of the buildings and the wildness of the sea. Movement carries your eyes accross the mural with details of the landscape, silhoettes of people swimming in the sea and shapes drifting in places to represent the famous Tree of Life Mosaic in the Cathedral of Otranto. The second wall has olives and the famous Trulli huts, with hoopoe birds and greens from the landscape.  I had an amazing time painting these in such a beautiful part of the city.



Medium: Acrylic & Spray Paint
Materials: Original on Wall & Tiles
Size: 800x700cm

  • "Hannah Adamaszek is incredible.  She is hot on the heels of urban artists like FinDAC who we have helped reached the top of his game."

    Liam West
    Liam West CEO, Beautiful Crime
  • "Thank you so much! Love it. You’ve really followed the brief well. Love it love it love it!"

    Anthony Milotic
    Anthony Milotic Owner & Chef, Rough and Bare
  • "Thank you for yet another wonderful creation, its stunning. I've received great feedback so thankyou again for playing a part in this success."

    Emma Design Manager, ASK Italian
  • "The artwork works perfectly in our Penthouse by the Sea!"

    Eddie Lock
    Eddie Lock Worldwide Management, Curator of Contemporary & Urban Art
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