Silo artworks

The Silo Art Trail is a 200 km journey in Victoria Wimmera/Mallee region and is Australia’s biggest outdoor gallery.

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Guido van Helten painted the ‘Farmer Quartet’ in the city of Brim. Located on the Henty Highway and stretching out across all four of the Brim silos, this massive mural was painted in 2015 as a tribute to the drought-stricken farming community.

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In Patchewollock the Brisbane-based street artist Fintan Magee, sometimes referred to as ‘Australia’s Banksy’ painted in October 2016 a giant mural depicting local sheep and grain farmer, Nick ‘Noodle’ Hulland.

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Melbourne artist Tyrone ‘Rone’ Wright turns his intimate portraiture to giant grain silos, depicting local wheat farmers Geoff and Merrilyn Horman looking out over the rural landscape of the tiny town of Lascelles.

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In Rupanyup Russian artist Julia Volchkova painted a monochrome mural on the huge metal grain storage bins, inspired by the local Rupanyup Panthers Football & Netball Club.

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In Sheep Hills you can see the huge mural by Adnate – an internationally renowned artist, famous for his work with Aboriginal communities across Australia.

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