Stormie start to art

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IN­TER­NA­TION­ALLY renowned Perth street artist Stormie Mills has com­pleted a wall mu­ral called Fam­ily at The Edge es­tate in Baldivis.

The mu­ral is rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the close-knit fam­i­lies that historically lived in the Baldivis and Rockingham ar­eas, and ac­knowl­edges the new fam­i­lies mov­ing into the area and mak­ing Baldivis home.

Mills has been in­vited to com­plete mu­rals all over the world, such as Lon­don, Los Angeles and Greece.

His Pink Bunny won the Peo­ple’s Choice Award at the 2015 Sculp­tures by the Sea.

Now Baldivis res­i­dents can live among cool street art.

Fam­ily is in the new cen­tral park of The Edge es­tate, Baldivis.

The art­work can be en­joyed from the walk trails, the na­ture play­ground, the benches or just sit­ting un­der the shade of stun­ning ma­ture tu­art trees that have been re­tained in the es­tate.

There is also a new all-ages kick around oval and even a hop­scotch game.

Per­ron De­vel­op­ments de­vel­op­ment man­ager Lyle Kenny said it was a strong and de­lib­er­ate fo­cus to bring a cool edgi­ness to Baldivis.

Artist Stormie Mills and Lyle Kenny at the mu­ral.

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