Jasmine Martin, Maggy Howell, Sara Sharkey and Ryan Remillard taking a break from the mural work.

On April 19 Fleur Social Nuriootpa held a community painting day to reinvigorate a fence along the side driveway.

Facilitated by artist Arlon Hall, approximately 25 people contributed to the decoration of the fence.

A range of Adelaide artists, Nuriootpa High School Year 12 art students, and art teachers, staff members of Fleur Social and surrounding businesses worked together throughout the day to complete the collaborative mural.

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“We wanted to activate the space and turn an ordinary fence into an exciting piece of art,” said Fleur Social co-owner, Ryan Remillard.

“A collaborative day of painting, music, food and coffee was the perfect mix for the mural to be created.”

Along with painting, musical members of the art collaborative ‘The Bait Fridge’ performed live throughout the day.

The colourful painting opposes Fleur Social’s already existing black and white mural by Arlon Hall.

Contributors to the mural were: Arlon Hall, Ryan Remillard, Sara Sharkey, Georgia Scheiner, Vanessa Evans, Cooper Pinch, Deb Foster, Mel Cooper, Nicholas Hanisch, Patrick Cassar, India Wilson, Duan Maguire, Aseri Raikawasa, Adrian Schmidt-Mumm, Mat Morrison, Jasmine and John Centenera, Isaac Semmler, Matthew Kellond, Maggy Howell, Georgia Boehm, Jasmine Martin, Tamsin Short, Malory Strachan, Melissa Brown and co, Andy Cummins, the Pulp and Thread family and Moss.

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