Sobrane’s recent silo artwork, Tungamah, Victoria.

Broome based street artist Sobrane has arrived in Tasmania with Cherry picker and paint cans in tow, ready to embark on her latest project, painting a 24 meter external wall of the Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery.

Only two weeks ago Sobrane was in the Northern Victorian town of Tungamah finishing off the first Silo project taken on by an Australian women.

“Bringing my love for creatures out onto walls for the community to experience, whether they are large walls like the silo in Victoria or the smaller canvas as in an exhibition, is what it’s all about!’ says Sobrane.

Here at Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery, located on site at Cradle Mountain Hotel and nestled within breathtaking alpine forest in the central highlands of Tasmania, Sobrane will paint a flight of Yellowtail Black Cockatoos on a 24 meter external wall of the gallery building. Work begins the 6th of March as part of a 2 week residency alongside an exhibition of Sobrane’s signature bird inspired art from the 4th of March to the 24th of June at the Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery.

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