Moorabool Paste Ups Program

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This summer discover, connect and celebrate all things creative in Moorabool Shire. As part of a series of activities Paste Up Artworks will be displayed on building walls in collaboration with local businesses in townships throughout the Shire.



Title: Sulphur-Crested Cockatoos

Artist: Adam Bennet

Location: Gordons on Gordon, 69 Main Street, Gordon

Sulphur-Crested Cockatoos were a regular visitor on the back balcony of my apartment. Often, I would arrive home to find a flock of these magnificent birds. Immediately, the stress of the day would dissolve, replaced by feelings of joy and connection with nature.


Title: Night Shift

Artist: Tomas Lineker

Site: Fabulous Flowers Ballan, 148B Inglis St, Ballan 



 The night shift series is a body of work I have created with my spare time after work, mostly at night-time. Aimed to bring joy through colours driven by a fervent desire to find the perfect colour combinations and thirst to keep exploring and learning.


Artist: Min Ray

Site: Millrose Cottage, 92 Inglis Street

Title: Superstellar


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We are our own planets and we are all different. We are different sizes, different colours and different in the way we interact with each other. Together we create a wonderful world, full of colour, magic and joy.

Artist: Anu Patel

Site: Lerderderg Library, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

Title: Patterns in Nature 



The themes explored in the artworks are inspired by the Geology and the Ecology of Bacchus Marsh and the surrounding areas. My moments of joy come from a daily immersion in my surrounding landscapes. The colours, textures and patterns within the geological landscape are a great source of inspiration to me as an artist. I feel very privileged to be part of this unique and significant location.

Artist: Liz Thompson, Bacchus Marsh

Site: Bacchus Marsh RSL, 203 Main St, Bacchus Marsh

Title: Supporting front line workers



An extention of an initative by participants in the Community Leadership Program. Thank you to our Frontline workers is a celebration of all the Frontline workers who continued to serve us during lockdown, from nurses to supermarket attendants, police officers to baristas, we say Thank You.







  • Monday, 13 December 2021 | 12:00 AM - Monday, 28 February 2022 | 11:59 PM
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