On-the-wall paintings brighten hotel’s surroundings – The Royal Gazette

Created: May 19, 2022 07:40 AM

Theo Jubb, 5, left, with brother Louis, 3, who are visiting from Canada, “take shelter” under a mural umbrella at the Hamilton Princess. The hotel has added two new murals by international artists Kristen Gjesdahl and JuLu. Both the 2,000 sq ft mural on the Crown and Anchor roof and the Umbrella painting took a total of ten days. (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

The art collection at the Hamilton Princess Hotel just got a little brighter.

Two freshly painted murals have gone up this week, with a colourful greeting on top of the Crown and Anchor terrace’s rooftop – and an umbrella that caught the attention of some young visitors alongside the hotel’s Bermudiana Wing.

A hotel spokeswoman said ten days’ work went into the eye-catching renderings by international artists Kristen Gjesdahl and JuLu, or Juliana Lupacchino.

The Hamilton Princess has added two new art murals to their collection by international artists Kristen Gjesdahl and JuLu. Both the 2,000 square foot mural on the Crown and Anchor roof and the Umbrella painting took a total of 10 days. (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

The Hamilton Princess has added two new art murals to their collection by international artist Kristen Gjesdahl and JuLu. Both the 2,000 square foot mural on the Crown and Anchor roof and the Umbrella painting took a total of 10 days. (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

The Hamilton Princess has added two new art murals to their collection by international artist Kristen Gjesdahl and JuLu. Both the 2,000 square foot mural on the Crown and Anchor roof and the Umbrella painting took a total of 10 days. (Photograph by Akil Simmons)