Warwick’s street art gallery is welcoming brand new artwork on the back wall of the Warwick Twin Cinema with painting well underway.
Brisbane artist Gus Eagleton is transforming the wall into an art piece over the next two weeks. Mr Eagleton has painted extensively across southern Queensland and has achieved a bachelor’s degree in Fine Art awarded by Griffith University. The artist’s previous paintings are currently held in private collections in Australia, France and England.
Local artists and art enthusiasts can witness Gus painting in action throughout this week and next behind the Warwick Twin Cinema. Visitors and locals are advised to maintain social distancing, abide by the safety measures in place and be mindful of the parked cars while on site.
Working both overseas and in Australia, Gus has over ten years worth of experience in the art and mural profession. He has produced artwork for the Brisbane City Council, Queensland Rail, Scentre Group as well as private clients and small businesses. Involved previously in art projects, murals and workshops these accomplishments consist of Brisbane Street Art Festival 2018 and 2019, HK Walls 2018 and 2019, Tropica fest 2017 Indonesia, Wonder Walls Festival, Port Kembla and Kalandar Project Nowra.
Businesses that are excited by the prospect of broadening Warwick’s Street Art scene can contact Council’s Economic Development Team to express their interest for potential future projects.
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