A new mural of Logan Village history has been unveiled at The Village Green, Wharf Street, Logan Village, and it cannot be missed.
Standing at 2.5 metres high and seven metres long, the work was commissioned by the Logan Village Community Centre with a lot of help from the Logan Village Museum.
The “Town of Logan Village” mural was Artist/Wall muralist Jamie Torpey who grew up in the City of Logan and was keen to be involved with the project.
The mural is a composite of key historical photographs of Logan Village that can be found in the Logan Village Museum. It took many hours of searching through information, photographs and talking to museum volunteers to come up with the right fit.
“It was such a pleasure to be part of the official mural unveiling on the Logan Village Green,” said Cr Laurie Koranski.
“The artist, Jamie, has done a fantastic job capturing all of the different elements that are central to the history of Logan Village.”
The mural can be found on the back of the ablutions block and can be viewed for no cost daily.
“In looking at the different images within the mural, ‘Town of Logan Village’, we hope that each person will be encouraged to find out why that particular image is there,” said Co-Ordinator Karren Marshall.
“In the near future, a sign will be adjacent to the mural with information.”