Painting Murals and Street Art for Councils
The list of Councils I have painted murals or street art for is ranging from both rural areas and the cities.
City of Greater Bendigo
This was a street art project organised by Nacho Station for the City of Greater Bendigo to help promote an upcoming art exhibition of Mary Quant at Bendigo Art Gallery.
View the final artwork: Bendigo Placemaking Street Art
Penrith City Council
I was part of the street art festival Reanimate by Penrith City Council. This festival for included 6 muralist from around the area to help rejuvenate an area of an urban area in Penrith.
View the end mural work: Street Art for Penrith City Council
Georges River Council
This street art was for Un[contained], an art festival that expands and challenges the ideas of what ‘art’ is, breaking it free of a traditional gallery space, and letting it take over the streets. This mural painted live for Goerges River Council as part of the art festival in Kogarah, Sydney.
View the final street art: Live Mural Painting for Georges River Council
Shellharbour City Council
This street art commission by Shellharbour City Council aims to create an artwork that is reflective of, and valued by the local community, businesses and visitors. The street art adds a vibrancy to the area and exposes the community to contemporary urban art forms.
Street Artist showcase: Shellharbour City Council Skate Park Revitalisation
Eurobodalla Shire Council
This street art project was funded by a grant from the Eurobodalla Shire Council as a part of the River of Art REVIVE Mural Festival. The street art help make a public access point more interesting for people to walk through.
Final street art here: Batemans Bay Street Art & Murals
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