Under the Bridge Murals, Moonee Ponds Creek, Flemington

UNDER THE BRIDGE is a public art project to celebrate Moonee Ponds Creek and the local community. This project is a pilot project for Waterways Public Art Projects which I have founded as well as a City of Moonee Valley Arts Recovery initiative. Murals have been painted on four pillars beneath the Tullamarine Freeway which celebrates the environmental and cultural benefits of healthy waterways to all who live locally or travel through the area on train, bike, car or by foot.

I worked with a small team of local artists on this huge dream project to paint murals on pillars near Debney’s Park in Flemington along the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail beside Mt Alexander Road, between The Flemington Housing Estate and Flinders Bridge Station. Come on down for a walk by the creek under the bridge!

A Blaze in the Night

Mural in the Green Spine Linear Park at rear 35 Parer Road, Airport West. This mural concept was a collaboration with a really great bunch of young people and staff from @valleyyouthmv – thank you all for your enthusiasm and beautiful magic ideas! Also a big thank you to all locals for your support, nice chats and even just the friendly hellos ;). This project was supported by the team from Mooney Valley City Council and the Incinerator Gallery team – a particular big thank you too Amy and Richard. Great to see big community public art projects up in the North West of Melbourne! Also a special thank you to my partner Lou @geniiloci for her help developing the words/poem on the mural.

TANGLED LOVE, Solo show at Tinning Street Presents!




Online Catalogue available here.

25th October – 11th November 2018

In this new body of work, Tom Civil’s Stick Folk monikers are used as bold paintings representing everyday moments of life and community. The paintings contain stories within stories; small occurrences, intimate moments, group discussions, playing and dancing, moving together and sitting alone.

Placed alongside these paintings are a series of new large linocut and woodcut prints featuring everyday animals and plants, representing a broader connection to the land and the city.

TINNING STREET PRESENTS
Open: Thursday – Sunday, 11 – 5pm (Enter via Ilhan Lane, Brunswick, Melbourne)

LIFE TOGETHER, Solo Show 4-15 April

LIFE TOGETHER
New ‘Stick Folk’ stories

TOM CIVIL

415 April 2018

Opening Night:
Friday 6th April 6–9pm

Live Painting (kid friendly): Sunday 8th 12–5pm
Artist Talk: Saturday 14th 2pm

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34-40 Jane Bell Lane, Melbourne
Tues–Sat 11am-5pm & Sun 12-5pm

Gallery Cafe: Monday–Friday, 8am – 3pm

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