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Irene’s recent Mural projects now completed:

Mount Barker Historic Mural - is a huge 33m long, Includes pioneer and farming life, the apple industry era with packing shed and horse drawn cart. Further on is the old shutcock tractor, shearer with hand-shears, blacksmith at work, and local landscape views including the Stirling and Porongorup Ranges etc. This stunning colourful mural is located in the centre of town, adjacent and rear of the Mount Barker post office – Lowood Rd.

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Mount Barker Historical Mural
Left Side View
Mount Barker Historical Mural
Right Side View
Mount Barker Mural


Mount Barker Train Mural - is a half size stream train with 2 carriages and a guards van. This mural was a Mount Barker Rotary project to celebrate the connection and importance of the steam trains to early Mount Barker and it sits on a stone wall next to the old “Guvvy “ dam where the trains would fill up with water so long ago. The colourful windows of the carriages are all small paintings done by the children from the schools of the town. The realistic mural replica measures 33m long and is an entry statement, situated opposite the BP service Station as one drives into Mount Barker from the northern entry.

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Steam Train Engine Driver
Mount Barker Train Mural
Steam Train Locomotive
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4 - Scadden Pioneer Park Murals - A series of three small murals, on the Pioneer Rotunda and a large mural on the restrooms building. The smaller murals – each approx 2.6m wide depict (1.)A sepia painting of an overloaded hay wagon with a storm looming, (2.) A sepia painting of the Scadden railway siding and steam train in pioneer days of loading wheat bags onto the wagons and (3) A full colour painting of crop growing today with a modern Harvester and tractor etc working a ripe wheat crop.

The large mural depicts busy life in the small town of the early 1900’s including the Temperance Hotel (opposite the murals) still standing today though sadly derelict and in disrepair. Scadden is located 50km north of Esperance on the highway towards Norseman.

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New - BP Art Collection!

BP Kwinana recently commissioned Irene to do a series of three paintings to celebrating BP's Jubilee Anniversary in Western Australia. The three paintings depict different aspects of BP's functioning, and were gifted to the three surrounding local communities through the municipal art collections of each council.


BP - Then and Now
Collection of Cockburn City Council
BP - Oil to Fuel
Collection of Town of Kwinana
BP - Environmental
Collection of City of Rockingham.

See more in the Mining Art and new Corporate Art pages in the Gallery section.


Irene's Stainless Steel Sculptures for Rockingham!

Irene has recently completed several stainless steel sculpted artworks for the City of Rockingham. Installation of the larger works, an entry statement feature on the corners of Rae Rd and Read Streets has recently been done with two other lots of the three sections to be installed on light poles or on top of banner poles further into the park. All are part of a larger project including artworks by several other local artists and located in the Delphinis Park to Bungaree Lake Park.