Amongst the dust, sun and red soil, the Australian artist Matt „Adnate is some what of a flag bearer for creating artworks that confront issues of the contemporary Australian Indigenous peoples condition. So it was only logical for him to pay homage to some of the important local Indigenous people in his painting on the Sheep Hills silo which is part of the now famous Silo Art Trail. Silo Art Trail Featuring Matt Adnate

Check out the video by Round 3 Creative which re-caps the creation of the artwork here:

The heavy Montana GOLD user and close ally of the Juddy Roller artist agency was chosen to paint a mural on one of the silos of the Silo Art Trail, distributed among various locations in country Western Victoria, Australia in 2017. His artwork featured a depiction of Wergaia Elder, Uncle Ron Marks and Wotjobaluk Elder and Aunty Regina Hood alongside two young children from the local Sheep Hills community. Adnate’s artwork attempts to shine some light on the rich history of the Sheep Hills area Indigenous community – which has now become a diamond in the GrainCorp silo artwork collection.