Community Mural Painting Day

The local Vasse community is invited to take part in a huge mural painting at Vasse Village. It’s this Sat, 20 October from 9am to 1pm.

We’d love for you to come down and be a part of its creation.It’s easy, fun and a great way to meet people of all ages, young and old.

Who Can Come

Anybody! It’s a huge paint by numbers mural! So any age or skill type are invited down the help paint in the colours.

What To Bring

Bring your paint clothes, your friends, your family and a smile!  All paints and brushes will be supplied.


Vasse Village – the building next to Coles.

Who’s The Mural Artist

Melski McVee is the artist coordinating the project. Mel has done many installations of this nature around WA, including several at Primary Schools with young children.

Her clients have included various local schools, community towns and local governments.  They are Vincent, Subiaco, Perth, Karratha, Bassendean, Victoria Park, Stirling, Melville, Bayswater, Katanning, Gosnells, Cockburn and Kwinana.  Private organisations include the Sheraton Hotel, Buchan Architects, Arup, RAC, Watercorp, Perth Convention Centre, MRA, Vicinity Centres, Perron Group, Artsource, FORM and the Astor Theatre.

Read more about Melski here.

Update: The Completed Mural

The mural was completed and you can pop down to Vasse Village and see it. The image with this article shows the finished mural.



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