Street Portraits Celebrate Sydney's Inspiring Locals

28 June 2016

Four of Australia’s most celebrated street artists have been commissioned by ANZ to bring to life local identities who have left a positive mark on their community. E.L.K, Adnate, Stormie Mills, and Kaff-eine are painting large scale wall portraits of Father Dave Smith, Jenny Munro, Nathan Hindmarsh and Katherine Hudson at key locations around Sydney from the CBD, Haymarket and Parramatta to Bondi Junction.

ANZ has been a long term supporter of Sydney’s art scene through their involvement with the Archibald Prize and Spectrum Now Festival. As we head into Archibald season – the timing of this project is perfect. The Art Gallery of NSW Director of Development, John Richardson said: “The gallery are pleased to support such a meaningful and public celebration of the art form of portraiture, which allows local communities to enjoy the artwork into the future, and highlights inspiring local identities.

 

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