Gallery of mural images. Click on the image to view at a larger size.
Georgia Hill, a Sydney, Australia based artist, is known for her large scale black and white works that combine typography with experimental patterns and compositions. Her poetic and succinct phrases, painted boldly across buildings, speak to connections, time, place and community.
In I’ll Be There Soon, Georgia references the transit experience as a metaphor for change, both physical and emotional. Painted across from Cyrcle’s black and white poem, Then Out Came The Sun, the two artworks anchor the space, evoking powerful representations of progress, evolution and hope.