Completed in late 2016, Patchewollock’s silo art created by Artist Fintan Magee is a defined portrait of local farmer Nick “Noodle” Hulland – a typical Aussie farmer, depicting the hardworking spirit of the region and resilience of the Mallee community.

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A couple that is truly local to the area is pictured on the silos at Lascelles, created by Artist Rone. Geoff and Merrilyn Horman are part of a family that have been farming in the area for four generations and are depicted on the silos in a wise and nurturing nature, looking around the structure, to each other and keeping their eye on the Lascelles community.

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Brim was the first town to receive a silo art mural, created by Artist Guido van Helten. Completed in early 2016, the work presents people with an image of four local farmers of different generations, embodying the hard-working community of Brim, and importance of farming to the region.

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Rupanyup’s silo art has a more youthful face, depicting two local sporting enthusiasts, Ebony Baker and Jordan Weidemann, created by Artist Julia Volchkova. Dressed in their netball and football gear respectively, the young Rupanyup residents breathe hope and a strong future into the community.

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Sheep Hills

The artwork on Sheep Hills silos is a striking mural created by Artist Adnate, of Wergaia Elder Uncle Ron Mark and Wotjobaluk Elder Aunty Regina Hood. They are pictured on either side of two young children, Savannah Marks and Curtly McDonald, embodying the importance of the region’s Indigenous culture with the night sky representing elements of local dreaming.

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Rosebery’s silo art mural is a work created by Kaff-eine, embracing the region’s history, current times and future ahead. On one side, we are presented with a young female farmer, determined to battle through the hardships of the region. The right-hand side depicts a horseman sharing a bond with his horse and embodying a genuine connection to the land and creatures that roam it.


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Coonalpyn’s silo art mural on the still operational Viterra grain silos is created by Artist Guido van Helten, and depicts five local Primary School children embodying the community’s hope for the future.

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