The Place I Call Home

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Allison Pryer

Allison Pryer – A Place I Call Home

A Place I Call Home – Ulverstone to Leven Canyon Lookout

Introducing Mural Fest Finalist, Allison Pryer representing the Central Coast municipality. Originally from Burnie, after travelling throughout Australia and overseas for many years, Allison returned to Tasmania five years ago to settle in Ulverstone, a town she describes as having ‘heaps of gusto and character’. With over 15 years of creating ceramics and many years of painting experience with acrylics and sculpture, Allison is now increasing her painting prominence and enjoying painting murals. Allison has also authored and illustrated a children’s story and activity book for young children, ‘The Uncool Fool: Talking Rubbish’.

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Gren Freeman

Aurora @ Opossum Bay by Gren Freeman

Aurora @ Opossum Bay

Introducing Mural Fest Finalist, Gren Freeman, representing the Tasmanian municipality of Clarence. Gren spent much of his working life in the signage industry and then transitioned into graphic design for the sign industry. Having designed and constructed sculptures of Australian animals using recycled roofing iron, Gren was recently commissioned to produce two life size Clydesdale horses that will be exhibited in New Zealand. Gren became interested in murals and street art in 2014 when he entered Mural Fest and took out second place. Since then, Gren has been a Finalist and Mural Fest winner. Gren took out the Highly Commended Award in 2020 with his mural ‘Preservation’.

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