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Gulargambone added to its eclectic art works in July 2019 by painting five shops in bright popping colours and window installations completed by five local artists. Window installations were…

Gulargambone added to its eclectic art works in July 2019 by painting five shops in bright popping colours and window installations completed by five local artists.

Window installations were carried out by Alison Dent, Sam Wykes, Brian Campbell, Ana Robson and Anna Kaineder. Their creations included a mix of metal and wire sculptures, delicate paper works and ceremics.

Ten renowned artists throughout Australia visited Gulargambone to create the wildest of make overs. Twelve buildings, one water tower and two footpaths were chosen for murals including 3D interactive artworks.

In addition, the amazing wire sculpture Ghosts of Bullocks Past created by local artist Brian Campbell depicts a life-sized bullock team with wool cart and bullocky.

2021 Festival saw a sculpture trail set out along the Gulargambone River Walk including Garry the Goanna lazing on a boulder, a stunning wedgetail eagle perched high in his nest atop an electrical pole painted by our local school students and various other sculptures. Two new murals were added along Bourbah Street painted by John and Viki Murray.

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