Native Western Australian wildlife has taken centre stage in sky-high silo art for the
latest PUBLIC Silo Trail mural at Newdegate in the Wheatbelt.
Perth muralist Brenton See translated the region’s western bearded lizard, mallee fowl, thigh spotted tree frog and red-tailed phascogale to canvas in four towering murals on the Newdegate CBH Group silos over 13 days this month.Check out the teaser film below.
FORM’s PUBLIC Silo Trail is putting regional Western Australia up in lights, bringing world class murals to grain silos, transformer boxes and iconic infrastructure in unexpected towns right across the state.
The project will ultimately create a trail drawing visitors to regional WA, raising its profile and boosting cultural tourism.
As part of this trail, story gathering and social documentary project Homegrown Stories
will offer a new way of knowing the life and stories of the people behind the state’s regional towns and agricultural networks. Where will the trail take you?