Murals

I really enjoyed creating the below murals.

If you are interested in commissioning a mural, please get in touch via the contacts page or send an email to kellyboyle1@msn.com

Afflecks Palace, Manchester. 2012 

Mural in Afflecks Palace, Manchester

This is the first mural I painted in Afflecks Palace in 2012. It's in honour of my Dad, Ray Boyle who was from Rochdale. It's a memorial piece for him. He was sadly murdered in 2011 whilst living on the streets. He  was a lovable rogue who had his struggles. He also saved a young girl from a burning building. RIP Dad. 

 Mural painted in Tulum, Mexico 2017

Mural in Mexico Rise and Shine


This was my first time using spray paint, albeit, car spray paint. The wall was provided by the Mojito Bar manager, a kind Hearted Italian. I made friends with the staff there after a waitress named Andy said my drawing reminded her of a ayuascha vision. I spent many evenings in the bar drawing and selling prints. I would sit with a brilliant Mexican painter and tattoo artist who painted the bodies of tourists. The welcoming atmosphere made there made it a home from home. I enjoyed watching live music and have fond memories of a trumpet player who slept in the jungle, neither of us could speak each others language, but we shared smiles and traded artwork for a knitted wallet.

Mural Painted at Akumal School, Mexico 2018 during Akumal Arts Festival. 

Mural painted at the school at akumal arts festival 2018


This is a photo of me, the kids and the headteacher. I pet a few days painting this being surrounded by mainly inquisitive yung girls and the cutest stray dog puppy who would run around with kids at play time.
I was part of Akumal Arts festival as a live painter. I hadn't planned to paint a mural, but at the end of the festival i really wanted to leave something there for the community after they had hosted us all with such generosity and warm hearts. Akumal homes some of the kindest people, they have little money but are rich in heart and spirit.
The festival wanted to add colour to the town but the artwork only enhances the vibrancy of the people and culture that is already there.