George Town’s Harbour Drive has a new splash of colour.

The Diamonds International building is now home to the latest work by mural artist Amandalynn. She described the eye-catching display, titled ‘Little Light of Mine’, as a tribute to the beauty of Grand Cayman.

In less than a week, the San Francisco-based artist managed to bring together four storeys worth of art, creating a larger-than-life tropical garden in the heart of downtown.

“The image is part of my Lullaby series and I have a fine art exhibition on display now through the end of August, with the same image and theme,” she told the Cayman Compass.

In her role as KAABOO’s artistic director, Amandalynn brought several other works of street art to Cayman last year, including a towering display of butterflies and foliage painted on the side of the Camana Bay underpass. She expects to complete her Diamonds International instalment this week.

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