2019 Murals  "Our Country Life"

2019 Kristin Scherlies
2019 Kristin Scherlies

YARN BOMB

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2019 Steve Monk
2019 Steve Monk

MORNING AFTER THE B&S BALL

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2019 Frances Wregg & Georgina R
2019 Frances Wregg & Georgina R

MY “AUSTRALIAN GOTHIC” COUNTRY LIFE.

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2019 Kristin Scherlies
2019 Kristin Scherlies

YARN BOMB

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2018 Murals "Nature Her beauty & bounty

2018 Kerry Nicholson
2018 Kerry Nicholson

MADE IN AUSTRALIA

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2018 Steve Monk
2018 Steve Monk

A KIND OF BLUE

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2018 Ellsworth Overton
2018 Ellsworth Overton

EARTH’S GENEROUS GIFTS

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2018 Kerry Nicholson
2018 Kerry Nicholson

MADE IN AUSTRALIA

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2017 Murals "The Circus of Life"

2017 Malcolm Nicholson
2017 Malcolm Nicholson

Now at Rochester Primary School. Edward St CHOOSE WHISKEY She received the code of life at birth. It changed a bit just like her girth. At thirty years of life for kicks, Whistles, bells and pogo sticks. By eighty she was over that, Purple hindus need no hat.

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2017 Kirby Sens
2017 Kirby Sens

Now on South fence MG store MOTHER NATURE, OUR GREATEST PERFORMER Her spotlight shines on what we perceive to be our land, determining the fate of our farming industry. Our future rests with her, a bad season followed by riches. We fight to control her, her stunts become even more death defying, we become a memory, or a residue left on the land.

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2017 Damian Cazaly
2017 Damian Cazaly

This mural now faces the Silo Murals LIFE IN THE TRAVELLING SHOW Mother Nature is always repeating her beautiful patterns, from snails below to galaxies above. Here we see her as the kookaburra, singing her song of existence. Within this song are the different states of this travelling circus as it flows, with an undercurrent of laughter and joy, throughout time and space in the vast expanse of the universe.

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2017 Malcolm Nicholson
2017 Malcolm Nicholson

Now at Rochester Primary School. Edward St CHOOSE WHISKEY She received the code of life at birth. It changed a bit just like her girth. At thirty years of life for kicks, Whistles, bells and pogo sticks. By eighty she was over that, Purple hindus need no hat.

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2016 Murals "Times of Change"

2016 Trent Denham
2016 Trent Denham

Acquired HE’S DISCOVERED THE ONLY WAY PAST WAS TO FLOAT. The broken bridge represents old ways. The place it leads to is quaint, but ultimately unsustainable and isolated. Sometimes the way forward requires new solutions, a new modality of thinking-creativity. Life is more than survival, it’s constructing a better future, not necessarily rejecting the past, but building from it.

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2016 Wei Luan and Kathleen Watson
2016 Wei Luan and Kathleen Watson

Now at Rochester Tyres and Batteries TIMES OF CHANGE Changes in life made in time. It seems always meant to be the way to be. We follow the pattern of some sort with no exception.

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2016 John Stevens
2016 John Stevens

Now at RSC Echuca Rd side. TIMES OF CHANGE A representation of time and change through history, beginning with Eves’ temptation with an apple, which is mirrored by the power sources in a serpent like attack of the present day. The male figure is a “Janus” image that looks back to acknowledge time and its changes, yet apprehensively toward the distractions of the present technological advances for the future.

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2016 Trent Denham
2016 Trent Denham

Acquired HE’S DISCOVERED THE ONLY WAY PAST WAS TO FLOAT. The broken bridge represents old ways. The place it leads to is quaint, but ultimately unsustainable and isolated. Sometimes the way forward requires new solutions, a new modality of thinking-creativity. Life is more than survival, it’s constructing a better future, not necessarily rejecting the past, but building from it.

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2015 Murals  "Ride like the wind"

2015 Paul Scott
2015 Paul Scott

Now at Camp Kookaburra. CREATING WIND Built to move By pedal or hooOVE They say, I can’t I pump up my tyres And say MoOO to THAT Against the odds, against the grain. Trample the curse, I’ll make my own wind.

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2015 Susan Greentree
2015 Susan Greentree

INTO THE COLOURED SKY, RIDE LIKE THE WIND. There is a sense of exhilaration one experiences when riding fast. Wind blowing in your hair. Freedom of vast space. Glory of the coloured sky which ignites the changing hours of the day.

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2015 Damian Cazaly
2015 Damian Cazaly

Highly Commended and People's Choice Award. Sold to Rotary. Now in Mural Park ODE TO THE WEST WIND Wind: the symbol of impermanence as it is forever fluctuating and never predictable and static. The central character (Nellie Melba) represents us all travelling through life. The artwork is about maintaining strength and peace through life.

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2015 Paul Scott
2015 Paul Scott

Now at Camp Kookaburra. CREATING WIND Built to move By pedal or hooOVE They say, I can’t I pump up my tyres And say MoOO to THAT Against the odds, against the grain. Trample the curse, I’ll make my own wind.

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