Goulburn St Mural gets revitalised and refreshed.
The mural by Lynne Flemons located at 99 Goulburn St Crookwell has received an upgrade. The vibrant mural was originally installed on perspex giving a stained glass appearance. This has been refreshed and updated onto Aluminium to really allow the colours to pop and adding a element of privacy to the courtyard area.
Elements of the original design were developed in consultation with community members who attended a workshop about what makes Crookwell their town. Participants brought along images of favourite local places and events.
Lynne then took all of this information and spent time drawing around Crookwell to develop the final design that was printed as the mural.
The design incorporates local trees, autumn colours, farming, the showground heritage building, the railway station, architecture in general, wind turbines, youth and their music, sheep, the hills and the church.
Help us welcome the refreshed work with a free badge making activity for the entire community. STA will be at 99 Goulburn Street Crookwell Saturday 5 December 10am-12pm.
The Share R Streets project is a partnership between Upper Lachlan Council and STA to revitalise public spaces in Upper Lachlan with funding through the Shared Spaces programme, a NSW Government initiative.
We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the lands where we create, live & work.
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