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Tweety Lorikeety, Hazelhurst Arts Centre Cafe

Tweety Lorikeety, Hazelhurst Arts Centre Cafe
01 January 2020

Emily Crockford was commissioned to design and paint a suite of murals for Hazelhurst Art Centre’s onsite cafe Gymea in September, 2020. The result was Tweety Lorrikeety, a whimsical depiction of a lorikeet savouring a Paddle Pop ice-cream under wide blue skies.

The work stretches along Gymea’s servery wall and around the pillars beside the cafe’s dining area. “I hope the artwork makes people feel happy and they enjoy it” says Emily. The centre, which sits on the custodial lands of the Dharawal people, services an array tourists and day-trippers, many of whom have already delighted in Emily’s trademark patterning and palette. Hazelehurst is a focal point of the Sutherland Shire and sits forty minutes from Sydney’s CBD.

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