Shepparton News

Daisy joins the herd

INSPIRED BY VAN GOGH AND MONET, DAISY HAS MOOVED INTO THE REGION

- By Max Stainkamph Cute new addition: Daisy has been designed by Mooroopna artist Mandy Charquero.

Mooroopna artist Mandy Charquero, in her own words, would ‘‘paint on anything’’ if given the chance.

Her latest work will help welcome visitors to Shepparton when they start rolling in once restrictio­ns loosen, with Daisy the cow the latest addition to the Mooving Art herd.

Daisy is the fifth cow in the herd that Ms Charquero has designed, with this one inspired by the likes of Van Gogh and Monet.

‘‘It feels great to share another piece to have out there for people to enjoy,’’ she said.

‘‘I wanted something light and something fun, to capture that carefree feeling as you come out of winter.’’

Ms Charquero is also the artist behind other favourite f loral cows Poppy, Endurance, Sunny Fields and Blossom.

Daisy is on display at the Greater Shepparton Visitor Informatio­n Centre and joins 90 other cows in the Mooving Art herd.

Follow Mooving Art on social media or click the ‘meet the herd’ tab at VisitShepp­arton.com.au to find out more.

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Daisy: Inspired by the likes of Van Gogh and Monet, Daisy has found a home at Shepparton’s Visitor Informatio­n Centre.
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New arrival: Mandy Charquero with Daisy, the newest addition to the Mooving Art herd.

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