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Coonalpyn Silo Art Slowly Coming To Life

Coonaplyn Silos (supplied).JPG

The silos at Coonalpyn are slowly turning into a work of art, with a third figure now nearing completion on the 100m high structure.

Brisbane artists Guido Van Helten is expected to finish his creation by the end of this month.

The first figure, a young girl, has already been identified as 6 year old local school girl Kiarah Leske, the two others appear to be young boys, potentially Kiarah’s class mates.

Image: Supplied

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