The Batley Butterfly House in West Yorkshire received a new coat of paint this month by local artist Safrana Art. The artist picked up leftover paint from their local scheme to complete the project. The mural certainly makes a striking, eye catching view on the butterfly house – one the owners are very happy with.
Safrana Art is no stranger to reusing leftover paint to brighten up spaces in the community. In 2018, she used leftover paint to colour the facilities at the Muslim Youth Foundation, and in 2021 she used leftover paint to transform the outside of a Manchester church.
Community RePaint has over 65 schemes across the country, providing paint starting from £1 a litre. Find your nearest scheme here.