New Street Art Mural at Haigh Avenue, Nowra

Published on 26 July 2022

Internationally renowned street artists Scott Nagy and Krimsone are painting an eye-catching mural on the external building wall of Ray White Nowra’s office at 11 Haigh Avenue. The artists began work on Tuesday 28 June and weather depending, will complete the mural by the end of July.
Visitors are invited to watch the artists at work from 7am - 10am on Thursday 28 July at a public viewing event. The event will include a breakfast BBQ and visitors will be able to chat to the artists and gain insight into how a street mural is created.
The mural, titled ‘Dreamboat’, will creatively explore the interaction between humans and the surrounding natural environment and will include a nod to well-known local landscapes and wildlife. It is an exciting addition to the Nowra CBD Mural Trail, an initiative of the Nowra CBD Revitalisation Strategy Committee that was developed in collaboration with Shoalhaven City Council, the Shoalhaven Historical Society and local landowners.
The murals are funded by the Nowra CBD Revitalisation Strategy Committee and have helped to add vibrance, start conversations and encourage visitors to explore the Nowra CBD.
CBD Committee Chairman James Caldwell said, “Street murals are a fantastic way to enliven spaces in the town centre and we’re excited to see how this new mural reflects the local landscape and fosters pride and connection within our community”.  “We’d like to thank Craig and Geraldine Hadfield of Ray White Real Estate Nowra for allowing us to use their building for such a captivating artwork”, said Mr Caldwell.   

Shoalhaven City Council Mayor Amanda Findley said, “We’re excited to see another street mural add colour and vibrance to Nowra. I encourage everyone to attend the public viewing event and watch the space being transformed”.

Artist Biography:  

Scott Nagy 

A multidisciplinary artist with an acute focus on painting, Scott Nagy explores surreal perspectives and environmental themes in towering, large-scale public artworks. Growing up in The Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Nagy developed his skills as a youth using aerosols and graffiti techniques to help inform his practice. Following high school he acquired a fine arts degree from Nepean Arts and Design Centre where he further developed his knowledge and perspective. Now an internationally recognised muralist, Scott Nagy focuses on site specific creations that aim to represent, engage and interact with the local community. 


Krimsone is a multidisciplinary artist who focuses primarily on aerosol painting and public art. Blending constructive patterns with native flora and fauna, Krimsone creates surrealist landscapes (normally without a reference) directly from his imagination. Krimsone grew up in the Blue Mountains and first explored art through the medium of graffiti and spray paint. Following his teens he would go onto study at the National Art School in Darlinghurst, where he learnt the traditional techniques of fine art. Graduation with honours and majoring in printmaking, Krimsone created a large body of etchings while simultaneously blending his graffiti background with his fine art practice in some of his first murals. Now, Krimsone is an internationally recognised muralist, who has painted in cities across the globe.

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