Moss Vale Community Centre | Collaborative Painting | October 2016


Moss Vale Community Centre entry foyer needed a bit of colour so the Committee approached Tracey at artation to come up with an idea to enhance the entry foyer and give the users of the centre some visual ownership by being involved in the painting project.

The regular users of the hall are U3A, Probus, Gentle Exercises, Volunteers Wingecaribee, Women’s Auxiliary,  Prancing for Parkinsons, Moss Vale Christian Fellowship and the hall is hired out for private functions

All user groups are represented in silhouette participating in their activities.

In the back ground are hills representing the Southern Highlands and a line runs through the images expressing the Wingecarribee river.  

 The Foyer was plain and colourless.


About 30 people turned up on the day and had fun painting the images.  The great thing about collaborative painting is that you don’t need any painting experience to be involved. Its really easy.






Everyone had fun painting.















The image was made of eight canvas panels and people moved from panel to panel to paint sections of their choice.



Some people hadn’t ever painted on canvas so it was a new experience for them and not difficult at all.












Representatives from each user group participated.




Participants laid the canvases on the floor to check that the images lined up and connected correctly.














Putting it all together at the end of the session. It was a  rewarding day for everyone.

Detail showing a private function, like an anniversary celebration.



If you would like a collaborative painting made by your team please contact







Highland Mural at the Scottish Arms in Bowral, NSW.


After seeing an article about my new business artation in the Latte Life publication, Peter Robertson, owner of the Scottish Arms in East Bowral, asked me to paint a mural in the court yard of his Bistro.


Peter is keen on his family history. He has a Scottish Postal Pillar in the courtyard of his bistro and wanted a mural painted behind it depicting a highland scene of Scotland.


His ancestral family came to Australia in the 1800’s, all except one daughter who stayed behind with her new husband.

Here is Annette painting the image of Scottish highlands and Stirling castle.


Tracey painting at the Scottish Arms in Bowral, NSW.

Here I am enjoying myself painting in some details.

We’re finally finished and can unwrap the protective cloth from the postal pillar box.

All finished. The owner, his family employees, and clientele are all happy with the result.

We’re looking forward to our next project!


At artation we also facilitate groups to paint their own murals for team building.

For any enquiries, contact Tracey Here!




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