Eastland Urban Art Project. Melbourne, Australia. 9 Female Australian (Adopted or Not) Artists. #2 Camille Walala.

This project took place over a six month period in an area called Ringwood which is on the outskirts  of Melbourne. The purpose of the project was to beautify the Eastland development which has recently undergone renovation.

The artists are nine women who are from Australia. Some are not currently based in Australia but they are originally from Australia.

The project was curated by Dean Sunshine.

Camille Walala

She grw up in the south of France  in a small village but has lived in London for the past 15 years..Camille Walala is East London-based. She fell in love with Sydney when she came to do work experience (for uni) with Akira Isogawa. she has returned various times to do design work in Melbourne.

Camille1
http://camillewalala.com/post/142457352153/eastland-melbourne

Another view:

Camille2
http://camillewalala.com/post/142457352153/eastland-melbourne

Website: http://camillewalala.com/

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/camillewalala/

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Camille-Walala-81293704581/

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Good interview: http://thedesignfiles.net/2014/03/interview-camille-walala/

Idea and information for this post came from this article: http://www.streetartnews.net/2016/05/eastland-urban-art-project-in-melbourne.html

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9 thoughts on “Eastland Urban Art Project. Melbourne, Australia. 9 Female Australian (Adopted or Not) Artists. #2 Camille Walala.”

      1. I am surprised how well the big murals have held up in sun filled areas of Sydney …some created as far back as 2009 still look new. But then some of the big murals in Newcastle from 2014 are already fading. Not sure why the difference.

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      2. If I remember my “so you want to paint” class it had to do with how much pigment is put in. pigment costs money. The reds and greens have a relationship on the color wheel. And are expensive?

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