Norfolk’s home grown mud artist creates commemorative piece for RAF 100
- Credit: Totally Dynamic
Norfolk's most unique artist will be creating a memorial piece for the RAF for crowds to enjoy on the second day of the Royal Norfolk Show.
Ruddy Muddy, real name Ricky Minns, will create a mud-tastic commemorative piece in honour of the RAF's 100th anniversary.
The artist will be creating the work at stand 310, and will be creating the pieces for Totally Dynamic, one of the UK's leading vehicle wrapping businesses.
Artist Ricky Minns said: 'I've wanted to do something at the Royal Norfolk Show for a while, so when Totally Dynamic approached me, it seemed like the perfect opportunity.
'The county has kindly embraced my different type of art and I am so grateful. It is fab to get involved in projects like this to say thank you in my own way to the people of Norfolk.'
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The work will then be auctioned off for Norwich charity Home-Start.
To bid for Ruddy Muddy's Norfolk Day artwork, email firstname.lastname@example.org before midnight on July 18, stating your bid amount, full name and a contact telephone number.
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