Tungamah Silo Art

Departing the Devenish Silo Art and heading further north along the Benalla Silo Art Trail you will soon reach the town of Tungamah. My Granny and I were treated to some bright Winter afternoon sun as we arrived at the Tungamah Silo Art. This massive silo art project by artist Sobrane features a Kookaburra and a pair…

Devenish Silo Art

As you leave the Goorambat Silo Art and continue north on the Benalla Silo Art Trail in Victoria, you will soon encounter the beautiful and detailed artwork by Cam Scale of the Devenish Silo Art featuring an Australian combat medic and a military nurse, one modern-day and the other in World War One era uniform….

Goorambat Silo Art

As stunning silo art continues to pop up all over Australia, Victoria continues to lead the way. Some of the newest art can be seen on the Benalla Silo Art Trail and here is a fantastic piece of work just north of Benalla at the Goorambat Silo Art. The silo art features a highly endangered Barking…

The Beautiful Rochester Silo Art & Murals

One of the newest silo art locations in Victoria, Australia was completed in Rochester, north of Bendigo during July 2018 and what a beauty it is! The colourful detail by artist Jimmy DVate of a Squirrel Glider and Azure Kingfisher on the Campaspe River is fantastic! I headed up that way with my Granny a few…

Coonalpyn Silo Mural – Hope for the Future

The Coonalpyn Silo Mural by Brisbane based, international street artist Guido van Helten features local school children from the small country town of Coonalpyn on the Dukes Highway in South Australia. The five kids were aged from 5 to 9 at the time the project was completed  – in order of appearance on the silo, left…

Rosebery Silo Art

The Wimmera-Mallee Silo Art Trail is now complete with the final leg recently painted by artist Kaff-eine at the Rosebery silo (completed in November 2017 after 22 days of painting!). The tall art work depicts a young woman with a sheep and a Mallee horseman with his steed. More of a street art style than…

Lascelles Silo Art

The Lascelles Silo Art leg of the Wimmera-Mallee Silo Art Trail was completed in early July 2017 by street artist Rone. The more than 30 metre high, photorealistic art at Lascelles is a little different from the other art projects on the stunning silo art trail of the Wimmera-Mallee (Brim, Patchewollock, Sheep Hills, Rupanyup and…

Indigenous Australian Street Art by Adnate

Melbourne street artist Adnate is well-known for his stunning, colourful and lifelike images, especially of Indigenous Australians. Recently I have come across three pieces of his photorealistic work in very different locations and settings. The first was the impressive (and massive!) Sheep Hills Silo Art leg of the Wimmera-Mallee Silo Art Trail, the second was  a rich image of…

Rupanyup Silo Art

The Rupanyup Silo Art leg of the Wimmera-Mallee Silo Art Trail is now complete. Russian street artist Julia Volchkova (Julia Woolf Art) has done a great job and the latest art mural on the trail of a young Rupanyup netball and football player looks fantastic! A Work In Progress Here are some photos in the preceding couple of weeks showing…

The Stunning Silo Art Trail of the Wimmera-Mallee

Grain silos are a familiar sight dotted on the horizon across the plains of the Wimmera-Mallee region of Victoria, Australia. At the start of 2015 I posted about the silo art project in the small farming community of Brim. Brisbane based street artist Guido van Helten created a huge 30 metre high masterpiece mural there…

Brim Silo Art – The Wimmera’s Artistic Masterpiece!

Brisbane based artist Guido van Helten has given a huge boost to the lifeblood of the tiny north Wimmera farming town of Brim with a population of just 100 people. He has created an amazing, massive and impressive 30 metre x 30 metre mural of 4 local farmers on the towns decommissioned grain silos! This grand mural which depicts 3 local…