Artist: Kathy Holowko
Location: Bennet Place, Sunshine
Brimbank City Council in partnership with Melbourne Water, Sunshine Business Association and Friends of Kororoit Creek commissioned artist Kathy Holowko to deliver a litter action mural in Sunshine. The aim of the artwork is to invoke behaviour change around littering by engaging the audience with the consequences of litter on the natural environment, and animals through intriguing imagery. This mural not only encourages the community to make a connection between litter and the environment but also strengthens the connection to Sunshine and its local waterways.
About Kathy Holowko
Kathy creates sculptural works, installations, public art and playful projects in a variety of media. She believes in the power of art to help learn, to think and to meditate. Her aim is to mirror cultural
environmental ideologies in the hope of building positive future visions. Kathy’s work has appeared at the NGV, McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery, Federation Square, White Night, National Wool Museum, Sculpture by The Sea Bondi, ArtPlay, Bendigo Conservatory, Montalto, Albury Library Museum, Utrecht University Museum, and BAK Gallery amongst others.