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'Launch of the Pollinators' | Public Art by Christina Huynh | Ingleburn Public School in Ingleburn
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'Launch of the Pollinators' - Public Art

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The Launch of the Pollinators mural shows a story of the children of Ingleburn Public who ensemble mechanical pollinators in the form of honey bees to go forth and pollinate a stem of Gorse Bitter peas, colloquially termed 'bacon and eggs'. The Gorse Bitter Pea is an erect spiky shrub about 1 metre tall. It is small, yellow with red-brown petals in colour and a plant that is encouraged to be grown in the gardens of the local Campbelltown area. It is the heart and high spirits of the kids of IPS that inspired the design as well as the four pillars of the school: Empowerment, Global Citizen, Innovation and Collaboration.

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Christina Huynh
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Christina Huynh is an illustrator and muralist based in Western Sydney, Australia. Painting under the artist name STYNA, Christina creates work inspired by stories, memories, travel and one’s heritage. From using traditional mediums of watercolour, ink and pen to aerosol and acrylic, her art practice explores creating large-scale murals, illustration and bookmaking.

Upon completing her studies in a Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) at the University of Western Sydney in 2011, Christina began working in 2012 and has since created work for the National Library of Australia, Westfield - Scentre Group, Mark Gardner, Nude by Nature, Biopak and Stockland.