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Working with award-winning street art network and the team behind Victoria’s regional Art Silo Trail, Juddy Roller, we bring you the Urban Mini Silo Art Trail.
Wander around three miniature replicas of Victoria’s iconic wheat silos, which have been painted by three well-known mural artists.
See the mini versions of the Albacutya silo, painted by artist Kit Bennett, the Sheep Hills silo – painted by artist Adnate, and the Goorambat silo – painted by Artist Dvate.
Explore all the beauty and wonder of these Victorian gems at Fed Square, before planning a trip to see the giant versions!
In celebration of the launch of the Urban Silo Art Trail and Cupid’s Koi Garden by ENESS on 21 January, we are giving away free ice cream from 12pm to 7pm. Chocolate gelato and mango sorbet (dairy free) will be available at the Kaleidosquare cart next to the Main Stage. Limited numbers are available. Also keep an eye out for our cheeky giant seagull’s Fifi and Fred, who will be roaming the square from 12pm to 2pm.
Kitt’s exploration of ground and floor painting allows his audience to view works from a new perspective. Images captured from high above show his massive paintings sitting amongst the tiny buildings that once seemed so tall. There is a certain mystery behind Kitt’s art that captures people’s attention and leaves them questioning the true size of their experience.
Albacutya Silo Art- Rainbow, VIC
Jimmy Dvate is a renowned Australian contemporary artist, specialising in large scale public murals, and focusing on painting Australia’s varied and unique flora and fauna, in particular endangered species of all kinds. Formally trained in graphic design and visual arts at Monash University, Jimmy’s work shows a strong sense of design combined with the accuracy and eye for detail of photo-realism.
Goorambat Silo Art – Goorambat, VIC
Adnate is an artist that realises his portraits in spray paint. He has moved past his roots in Street Art, utilising the medium to carry his realist style into the fine art realm. Heavily influenced by the chiaroscuro of renaissance painters like Caravaggio, Adnate embraces portraiture like the masters of the 16th Century. Adnate has worked closely with indigenous people of their native land, especially with Indigenous Australians. He paints large scale murals around Australia and the world, creating a statement of reclaiming the land that was always theirs. He endeavours to capture the stories and emotions of each subject he paints, encouraging the audience to feel and interpret their own experiences.
Sheep Hills Silo Art – Northern Wimmera, VIC