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Belmont Forum Art Trail

Unleash your inner art lover and explore the captivating works of local artists displayed throughout the centre.

Discover the vibrant and captivating world of local art by visiting the artworks displayed around Belmont Forum. Immerse yourself in a diverse array of artistic expressions, where every brush stroke and each sculpture tells a story. From vivid street murals to thought-provoking installations, the local artists' creations are sure to ignite your imagination and leave a lasting impression.

Fire Tanks Art Mural

'The finches'

Artist: Mel McVee
Year: 2018
Located: Outside Big W, off Fulham Street

Mel is a Perth born multi-disciplinary artist working primarily in the realms of community art, murals, sculpture, and illustration. With a Fine Arts degree in Sculpture, her interests in street art emerged through a passion for community activation projects.

Art Trail Outdoor Playground

'GEODES'

Artist: Mel McVee
Year: 2018
Located: Outdoor Playground, Fresh Food Precinct

Mel is a Perth born multi-disciplinary artist working primarily in the realms of community art, murals, sculpture, and illustration. With a Fine Arts degree in Sculpture, her interests in street art emerged through a passion for community activation projects.

Called "Geodes" it represents the undulating surface of the landscape in TIN formations a type of data set I commonly use in my Cartography work.

Art Trail There You Go

'there you go'

Artist: Mel McVee
Year: 2018
Located: Wright Street

Mel is a Perth born multi-disciplinary artist working primarily in the realms of community art, murals, sculpture, and illustration. With a Fine Arts degree in Sculpture, her interests in street art emerged through a passion for community activation projects.

Art Trial Here You Are

'here you are'

Artist: Mel McVee
Year: 2018
Located: Wright Street

Mel is a Perth born multi-disciplinary artist working primarily in the realms of community art, murals, sculpture, and illustration. With a Fine Arts degree in Sculpture, her interests in street art emerged through a passion for community activation projects.

Art Trial Bike Rack

'The curve of nature'

Artist: Mel McVee
Year: 2018
Located: Outside ANZ & WOOLWORTHS 

Get to know the artist:
Mel is a Perth born multi-disciplinary artist working primarily in the realms of community art, murals, sculpture, and illustration. With a Fine Arts degree in Sculpture, her interests in street art emerged through a passion for community activation projects.

About the artwork:
Bright bold and simple shapes reflect the strong line work and colours of the murals and other sculpture work. The shapes reflect the surrounding environment; the curve of a river, the bend of a leaf or the movement of a bird through the trees.

Art Trial Primary

'PRIMARY'

Artist: Siouz Tempestt & Sean Byford
Year: 2020
Located: Outside Bankwest, Belmont Ave

Get to know the artists:
Created by award winning, local artists Sioux Tempestt and Shaun Byford who combine their talents and skills to produce exciting, modern artworks which are open to interpretation and encourage discussion.

About the artwork:
The artwork piece comprises of a series of bright, geometric, linear patterns and abstract shapes to form a contemporary series of artworks titled ‘Primary’. You can see the art piece along the external walls of the centre and within the undercover car park and stairwells.

Art Trial Caesia in Bloom

'CAESIA IN BLOOM'

Artist: Kayley Emery
Year: 2023
Located: Located in centre, near Kmart

Get to know the artists:
Kayley Emery a 19-year-old Wangkatha-Yamatji woman, also the recipient of the City of Belmont NAIDOC Award in 2022. Kayley is proud to give back to her local community through art. She has lived in the City of Belmont all her life and is pleased to be given the opportunity to showcase her culture in such a public way. Creating this mural was an incredible journey for Kayley. It allows Kayley to express her deep connection to nature and her Indigenous heritage while inspiring others to appreciate and protect our environment.

About the artwork:
Caesia in Bloom - Acknowledgement for the traditional and medical use of this flowered that blooms every year. The artwork incorporates traditional symbols of meeting places, showcasing the Sacred Kingfisher. A native bird that inhabits woodlands, mangroves and paperbark forests and is commonly found along the Swan River. The mural represents the importance of community, unity and our shared responsibility to care for the land and its resources.