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Skate park looks gnarly

THE skating community of Inverloch came together with a group of local artists on Saturday for a mural jam.

Artist Mary Sullivan said the event was a success, bringing out the talents of professional and amateur local artists.

“We invited heaps of local artists to help children make artworks for the park,” she said.

“We had a variety of art styles with fine artists and spray artists helping out.”

The collaborative project is part of Bass Coast Shire Council’s public art projects organised by Inverloch Community House.

“Inverloch Community House has coordinated the event and it has been fantastic. It is great to see artists working on larger scales than they are used to and exploring,” Ms Sullivan said.

A series of children’s arts will be exhibited periodically. Inverloch Lions Club gave a complimentary sausage sizzle while Inverloch disc jockeys Matt and Caleb Park spun tunes for the artists and boarders throughout the day.

Mural maker: Orana Lynch works on her painting to be displayed at the Inverloch skate park.

Mural maker: Orana Lynch works on her painting to be displayed at the Inverloch skate park.

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