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2003, 2024

The Challenges of Mural Painting

By |March 20th, 2024|Creative, Murals|0 Comments

Ever wondered what goes into painting a mural? I was asked about the challenges by the @city_of_joondalup for the Urban Rhythms project.

1. The Perth weather can be challenging when working outdoors, from 40°C one day to raining the next! 🔥 Sometimes the wind can whip the paint off the brush before it gets to the […]

1802, 2024

Murals in Commercial Spaces

By |February 18th, 2024|Murals, Public Art|0 Comments

Imagine stepping into your office and being greeted by a mural that sparks creativity and boosts morale.

Here’s my top 5 reasons why having a custom mural inside your commercial space is a game-changer for your team:

1️⃣ Boost employee morale: brighten up the office and create a positive atmosphere that energises and uplifts.

2️⃣ Stimulate creativity: encourage […]

1810, 2023

New mural by Sioux Tempestt brighten up Mandurah Library and Falcon Bay

By |October 18th, 2023|Murals, Press, Public Art|0 Comments

Thanks to the team at PerthNow for their write up on my mural installation during the City of Mandurah Arts Festival. You can read the article here. 

Pictured with @mayor.rhys.williams. 

 

1210, 2023

Benchmark at Central Park

By |October 12th, 2023|Live Painting, Murals, Public Art|0 Comments

I recently had the pleasure of being involved in Benchmark at @centralparkperth – a brilliant arts engagement project supporting local collaborative partnerships.

Over two days the awesome team at @twineideas transformed the space into a vibrant hub of free activations and chill out spaces. It was great to see so many people engaging with and enjoying the event. Thanks to […]

1807, 2023

Beyond Great Mural to Kick Off World Cup

By |July 18th, 2023|Murals, Press, Public Art|0 Comments

Thanks to @thewestaustralian for their feature on our mural for the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Working in collaboration with @kardy.kreations.  You can read the digital article here. 

707, 2023

New Mural For FIFA Women’s World Cup

By |July 7th, 2023|Murals, Press, Public Art|0 Comments

Thanks to the City of Vincent for having me on board with this project, in collaboration with @kardy.kreations. You can read their article here. 

Pictured with City of Vincent mayor @emmacolevincent .

2805, 2023

QEII Medical Centre Mural

By |May 28th, 2023|Design, Murals, Public Art|0 Comments

I had so much fun working on this project for the Queen Elizabeth Medical Centre Trust to create a more inviting space for staff and visitors to enjoy. I seized the opportunity to paint across multiple planes, down the walls and onto the ground to create ‘Zest’. It was inspired by researching human cells, nerve endings […]

1703, 2023

Kaarak kala Koorliny (red-tailed cockatoo going home)

By |March 17th, 2023|Murals, Public Art|0 Comments

Reflecting on the making of the Erindale Road underpass with @kardy.kreations  for @mainroadswesternaustralia last year.

There’s so much that goes into a project of this size, with months of designing, community workshops, documentation, inductions, material selection and more before we even get to site!

These projects not only offer opportunities for artists to meaningfully connect with local community, the results […]

2805, 2019

‘Interchange’ 21m x 4.5m mural

By |May 28th, 2019|Murals, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Commissioned by the Town of Victoria Park for Arts Season, a month long celebration during May of all things creative within the town.

Paint kindly sponsored by Dulux.

The mural investigates the various elements of design such as line, colour, shape, form, value and space. The retro style pays tribute to childhood illustration books, some of which […]

403, 2019

Hello 2019

By |March 4th, 2019|Art Exhibition, Murals, Public Art|0 Comments

It’s hard to believe we’re into March already! Reflecting on 2018 I realise what a busy year it was in terms of artistic output and projects. Speaking with a lot of other artists, most admitted to suffering from burnout at some stage, especially towards the end of the year. I intentionally held off on having […]