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Urban Experience showcases some of what graffiti has to offer mainstream art.


It is a collection of artworks created throughout the year, as well as artworks from a live demonstration in Albury.


All have a strong focus on lettering and should not be mistaken for street art.

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An artist and art educator with 30 years teaching in the visual arts. Tanya has been living in the North-East for much of her life and grew up in a small town on the Murray River. The river and now Lake Mulwala have always been a constant source of inspiration for her.

Tanya's arts practice has focused on using photography as a tool to explore the linear qualities of the landscape. Her ‘Treescape’s series of photographs depicting Lake Mulwala’s unique flooded red gum forest focuses on the luminescent quality of light just as dusk falls and the reflections of the trees on the water. These works are almost abstract in style are not your typical landscape photographs. Each photograph has been printed on Ilford metallic paper to enhance the intensity of the light falling on the trees at dusk.

As a further extension to this work Tanya has utilised water-based aerosol spray paint to create a series of semi-abstracted oil paintings of the trees in the lake. Spraying the backgrounds with different colour gradients and then applying oil paint over the top has enabled her to capture a unique view of this aquatic environment.


Past, Present, Print & Paint


Reflects the organic evolution of Mullarvey’s arts practice as she interprets our vast Australian landscape.


Although retaining a figurative quality, her latest works using colour, line, textures and form has a more abstracted sense of place.


Amongst the patterning and mark making on closer viewing, you will start to note the symbolism and get a sense of an unfolding story.