After an estimated 4,000 hours and 50 litres of paint, The Green Cauldron Panorama now covers 20 metres of panelling in the former theatrette at the World Heritage Rainforest Centre in Murwillumbah.
The massive artwork depicts the view from the summit of Wollumbin (Mount Warning) in all its ancient glory.
The Green Cauldron Panorama will be officially ‘opened’ by Tweed Shire Council mayor, Barry Longland, at a VIP ceremony on December 5.
A public open day will be held on Saturday, December 8, giving visitors an opportunity to meet and talk with the artists and to paint a tree. Lead artist Andy Reimanis will give regular talks throughout the day.
Pictured are, from left to right, back row: Cameron Pitcher, Christian Griffiths, Andy Reimanis, Greg Newland; front row: Roslyn Oakes, Barbara Suttie, Regina Rossdeutscher, Mark Comport. Absent were Jaap Roskam and Mark Brombal.