Clifton Park Urban Artwork

The City of Canning has commissioned artists, Mel McVee and Brenton See, to create an epic nature-themed mural on the building located at Clifton Park. The artwork is the result of a collaborative effort between these two artists and is the first time they have worked together.                          

The mural is an awe-inspiring piece of art that captures the essence of the surrounding bushland. Mel McVee and Brenton See are both passionate nature lovers, and this is evident in the mural. 

The City of Canning hopes that the mural will become a cherished community asset that encourages people to discover the treasures within the surrounding bushland.

Project Details

Location

  • Clifton Park, Perth

Timeframe

  • 2019
  • Photos by Frances Andrijich

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