Silo Art Trail. Wimmera-Mallee region, Victoria, Australia.

The Victoria has provided 200,000 AUD to paint the silos in six small towns in the Wimmera-Mallee region, Victoria, Australia. This area will become one of Australia’s largest outside galleries. The area borders on the town of Brim which already has several painted silos and has attracted many thousands of visitors.

Guido van Helten is the artist who started all this with his silos in Brim:

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BORWQfmDeVf/?taken-by=guidovanhelten&hl=en

Photo by @brettworthington

Guido van Helten Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/guidovanhelten/?hl=en

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The towns which will have silos painted are: Patchewollock, Lascelles, Roseberry, Sheep Hills and Rupanyup.

Some of the artists already named to participate are: Rone, Adnate, Julia Volchkova, and Fintan Magee.

The project is headed by the Yarriambiack Shire Council which inpartnership with Melbourne street art company Juddy Roller will lead the works.

Information for this post taken from: http://www.countrynews.com.au/2016/11/06/3442/silo-art-trail-is-on-its-way.

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