LARGE SCALE 
PUBLIC ART

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Elizabeth is passionate about the importance of public art, and how it fits into the principles of placemaking. It is well placed to acknowledge our shared histories and to reflect our shared experiences. Public art tells the story of the community; it challenges ideas and perceptions and create a sense of ownership and belonging.

Wet Paint Ancient Culture
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Post Office Projects Facade, 2021
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Light Creatures installation at Adelaide Zoo for Illuminate Adealdie, 2021
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Flinders Link
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Raw Earth
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Elizabeth South Primary School
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Together.HEIC
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Tom Liz Shane Mural (22 of 83).jpg
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Tom Liz Shane Mural (27 of 83).jpg
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Goowood Station  collaboration with Thomas Readett and Shane Cook - videography by Chris Angelakis

 

TIMELAPSE

Elizabeth Railway Station

 
 

TOGETHER

Collaboration with Georgia Hill for Westfield Tea Tree Plaza

 

CREATING TOGETHER

Videography by Jacob Hodgman and Davin Smith

Mural Project made possible by a City of Mitcham Public Arts Grant