In the north-west of Victoria there is an art project that involves painting image on some of the many gain silos in the area. There is an example of one of these silos in Patchewollock. Painted over a couple of weeks in October 2016, the giant mural depicts local sheep and grain farmer, Nick ‘Noodle’ Hulland.
At some time in the future I intend to see more of these art work - but for now, here are some picture of the only one I have photographed.
You can find more pictures from around the world at Our World Tuesday and image-in-ing Cheers: SM
I am firmly of the impression that Australia leads the world in the creative use of murals. No doubt your own enchanting physiognomy will soon bedeck one of these structures!ReplyDelete
David - I think the general idea is to attract people to the area - not keep them away!!! SMDelete
That must have taken some time to complete. Is that person depicted still alive?ReplyDelete
As far as I know, the person is still with us. SMDelete
Like the Collie Mural Trail, something to be followed for the scale and beauty added... this is a fantastic sight to behold! YAM xx
Such a great job. I cannot imagine how it’s done on such a scale.ReplyDelete
Amazing detail.So well done..Thanks for sharing..ReplyDelete
I think that's a great idea. It's artwork but also pay homage to hard working folk.ReplyDelete
Have a great week!
Wow! That is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Worth a Thousand Words
That's a very dramatic work of art. I love it. You did a great job photographing it.ReplyDelete
Pleased that they are portraying real people who are connected to the land.ReplyDelete
impressive, I like how the branches stretch from one tower the the other.ReplyDelete
Wow! That is one tall dude!ReplyDelete
Wow! That's unique, and truly shows the artist's talent.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/06/a-visit-to-garden.html
wow that is amazing and cool.ReplyDelete