Cabarita

It’s not often I get to work with artists I consider peers which made for the recent mural work at Cabarita SLSC to be such a pleasure. The skills and experience Steve Peterson (Pete Signs) is equipped with after 40 years painting murals and sign painting is amazing. I am looking forward to the opportunity to collaborate again soon and frequenting the Starlight Cinema for upcoming movie events.

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Aramac

Having completed my tasks at Gayndah, Miriam Vale, Tannum Sands, Gladstone, Blackwater and Emerald, my last stop on this Central Queensland tour was Aramac. When I was completing a mural at the school last year I was informed my skills were required for an upcoming event amongst other things to be painted around the town. Winding up the trip with plenty of artwork raffled at Hogs and Dogs event alongside the Toyota Landcruiser, a Pro Hart inspired mural and many laughs with friends, locals and travellers alike. I can't wait to live it up in sunny Outback Queensland again, I can see why some know this place not just as the centre of Queensland but the centre of the Universe.

Gladstone

It was my first time back in Gladstone since 2010. This time around I facilitated stencil art workshops with the Gladstone Creative Group and with the assistance of some local knowledge found some great walls. Thanks to all of the artists who made it such a productive and enjoyable visit. 

Blackwater

It was awesome to work with the youth in Blackwater to create this mural. There were numerous agencies involved and working alongside Anglicare CQ, Youth Justice, Disability services and PCYC made for a very successful partnership project both with great outcomes for the young people and the agencies requirements. We even made the local paper! 

Gayndah

I recently spent some time on the road completing 11 murals via 5 different projects in 6 places. It was a super busy variety of commissions, workshops and it felt great to be painting daily again. The first stop on tour was Gayndah State School where the school tuck shop was brought to life with a great message.