You could easily miss out on this beautiful mural adorning the grain silo’s of Kimba if you were just passing through. The main highway from east to west passes a view of nondescript plain white.
Melbourne artist Cam Scale used 200 litres of paint to cover this unusual canvas with a vision representing the region. It is now one of South Australia’s most photographed silos.
Silo art has become wonderful part of Australia’s rural landscape since the first grain silos were painted back in 2015 in Western Australia. Since then over thirty more silos across Australia have become canvas’s for artists who like working on grand scales for rural communities with vision.