Mandurah artist painting a rainbow brick road

Street artists Emma Jackson and Tahnee Kelland paint the Moroccan rug inspired path
Street artists Emma Jackson and Tahnee Kelland paint the Moroccan rug inspired path

MANDURAH Terrace is about to become a bit brighter with street artists painting the town red… pink, blue and yellow.

Tahnee Kelland is the artist with the bright idea (Kelland is also responsible for the highly instagrammed swing mural at Tuckey Lane).

Ms Kelland said her inspiration for the path was taken from Moroccan rugs.

The path is being painted in conjunction with Shape Mandurah.

Shape has been instrumental in bringing more street art to the area.

“The idea is to bring the community together and for them to have ownership of the changes happening in Mandurah,” Ms Kelland said.

Fellow street artist Emma Jackson has been helping Ms Kelland to finish the path.

Members of the public are also invited to come down to help.

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