Introducing the new entrance murals at Westfield Hornsby
In anticipation of NAIDOC Week we welcomed local artists Grant Molony, Russell Molony and Jason Goulding to bring a sense of identity, respect and culture to our living Centre. The artworks that you see at some of our entrances represent the amazing natural environment we are a part of and shine a light on seven locally listed vulnerable bird species.
Two of the artists that were involved are Grant and Russell Molony who are Indigenous brothers. Russell is also one of the country’s most celebrated Indigenous surfing champions who connects his love of surfing with his passion for Indigenous art.
The colours incorporated in the murals reflect the colour of the car park on each level. The murals are not only a modern feel good collaboration of Indigenous art they, are a creative approach to assist customers remember what level they are parked on.
Meet the mastermind behind our murals, Grant MolonyClick here to watch the talented Grant, Russel and Jason bring the artwork to life.
Take a sneak peek at the murals
Location: Level 1, Purple Car Park Entrance via Burdett St
Location: Level 1M, Aqua Car Park Entrance via Muriel St
Location: Level 2, Yellow Car Park Entrance via Burdett St
Location: Level 2M, Orange Car Park Entrance via Burdett St
Locally listed vulnerable bird species: Powerful Owl
Locally listed vulnerable bird species: Gang Gang Cockatoo
Location: Level 3M, Green Cark Park Entrance via Burdett St