Stay the Duck at Home: COVID-19 inspired art.


In an alley in central Shepparton, one local artist has created a lasting piece of street art to document the COVID-19 pandemic. “Stay the Duck at Home”….

In 2020 Coronavirus has changed the way we live, with many of us working and schooling remotely from home, practicing social distancing and isolating at home. Whilst there has been panic buying of items such as toilet paper, pasta, mince, rice and noodles, well known local artist TANK got to work creating a piece of street art that depicts life during this pandemic.

A crowd funded project, TANK has created a colourful piece that depicts ducks that are self isolating at home in their caravans which are stacked one on top of the other. Joining the ducks are several mice who are depicted home schooling, hoarding toilet paper and wearing face masks.

Where: “Stay the Duck at Home” can be found in the alley beside 26 Fryers Street, Shepparton, opposite the Victoria Hotel.

Cost: Free!

Open: 24 hours

More Information:

http://www.visitshepparton.com.au

www.tankart.com.au

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