Gee, it's April already. It doesn't seem as long ago as 8 January, 2013 that I wrote the piece titled, 'A new high with street art in East Fremantle', but the link above proves that it was. I'm happy to report today that the pleasing artistic makeovers of old concrete bus-stop shelters in East Fremantle have been continuing. Jill and I first spotted the one below on Canning Highway being done by the artist Graeme Richards when we were driving past on 21 March. It took a few days for the exhilarating work to be completed just in time for Easter.
Artist Graeme Richards spotted painting another bus-stop in East Fremantle
Jill and I have noticed another old bus stop closer to Fremantle has had a coat of white primer ready for a makeover. We'll be watching with interest. Graeme has a website called Art Fresco Design. Check it out at http://www.artfrescodesign.com
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