Fishdog murals – Jack Randell

Spectacular community images!

Jack Randell’s public murals are based on a collaborative process where all participants are invited to submit ideas. These are translated into images that are tumbled into a jig-saw design, presented to the community as a digital mock-up and then painted as a workshop. The participatory murals represent the aspirations, dreams and desires of the community hosting the project.

Geurie Youth Club Mural was re-painted in the summer 2007/08 as a Youth Club member’s holiday workshop. Project artists Jack Randell, Paul Taylor and Annette Simpson supervised the painting of the exterior walls of the clubhouse. Geurie is on the Mitchell Highway between Wellington and Dubbo. The Youth Club can be found on the corner of Mitchell and Jennings Streets, Geurie.

Biladurang Platypus Mural can be found at the entrance to the Koala exhibit at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo. The project was designed and supervised by Jack Randell, and was a collaboration with aboriginal artist Allan Shillingsworth, the students of Lincoln School, Orana Juvenile Justice and Taronga Western Plains Zoo Education Centre.

Plus others – see below.