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Christina Huynh (STYNA) Macleay River Mural

Christina Huynh (STYNA) Macleay River Mural

Set along the Macleay River, with a backdrop of the iconic Kempsey bridge, Christina’s artwork tells a light-hearted and playful narrative of vulnerable flora and fauna endemic to the Macleay Valley Coast. Pictured here are the White-Flowered Wax Plant, Swamp Orchid, a Green and Golden Bell Frog, Koalas, and Azure Kingfisher. There is also a hidden nod to Smithtown’s Milo factory with the milo cans used as plant pots,

Christina’s work celebrates the beauty of our rich biodiversity and beauty in the day-to-day and her hope for the overall work is to evoke feelings of connection, optimism and wonder for our natural landscapes and the fauna that inhabit them.

Christina Huynh (b. 1990) is an award-winning illustrator and muralist based in Western Sydney, Australia, that paints under the name STYNA. Her art practice involves creating murals, illustrations and picture books from differing mediums of pencil, watercolour, ink and pen to acrylic and aerosol.

With an enthusiasm for goldfish and all things fragile in our natural world, Christina creates stories that express her everyday thoughts, experiences and childhood memories. She finds inspiration in storytelling, human emotion, wayfaring and the heritage of people and place.

Savages Lane Kempsey, Kempsey, 2440
6566 3200


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