Part art, part architecture, part genius, part weird, but largely one man’s practical construction which uses lots of junk culled from the local tip to make a 2m high wall down the side of his property.
Now I won’t ramble on because a sign board at the front of his property describes his creation and the reasons behind it far more effectively than I could. Plus there is an interesting mini biography.
I now finish this post with a collection of my photos of Arno’s Wall so you can see for yourself the ingenuity and creativity of Arno for yourselves. I hope you find it as fascinating as Karen and I did.
2 thoughts on “Winton – Arno’s Wall”
What a crazy wall! it’s such a fascinating piece of history/art/architecture (all 3!)
Thanks for your comment Hannah, it was amazing to see how ingenious he had been at incorporating other people’s unwanted items into a practical and at times artistically designed wall. Cheers, Mark