Iconic Pete McKee Sheffield mural 'Muriel' is back in view on Carver Street- but with mystery splodge
Mural by iconic Sheffield artist is back in view, but with a mystery splodge that has appeared
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It's been hidden away for more than two years.
Pete's well known painting ‘Muriel’, on the site of The Art House, on Carver Street, has been almost completely covered up by builders' temporary cabins since August 2021.
But now the cabins have been removed, exposing again the picture. However, there now appears to be a black splodge which has appeared on Muriel's coat.
He said: "The mural has been hidden for a long time with the recent developments.
"Once all the fencing has been removed Pete will be doing a site visit to see if any repairs are needed to the work."
She messaged him at the time to say: "When I visit Sheffield I love to admire your artwork.....but sometimes only a peek is not enough!"
Pete recently launched his latest interactive exhibition in the city, which has proved popular, with the tickets having sold out.
Frank & Joy - A Love Story is on at Trafalgar Warehouse until November 19.
Pete also recently announced he will be moving his gallery from Sharrow Vale into the historic Leah’s Yard, in Sheffield city centre. It is a collection of little mesters workshops on Cambridge Street, part of the Heart of the City II development.