'Kaff-eine' admits to being afraid of heights, something which makes her towering portrayals of a Mallee horseman and young female sheep farmer all the more amazing.
Federal & State Governments and Yarriambiack Shire have funded the Silo Arts Trail to the tune of $300,000 and the sites have been made available by Graincorp and Australian Grain Export.
A lot of money and effort have gone into the project but it's attracting visitors from around Australia and the world and breathing some life back into isolated, tiny communities which might otherwise have easily disappeared.
I drove the trail from south to north starting at Rupanyup and finishing at Patchewollock, 191 Kilometres and about 2 hours 40 minutes away, a trip which included plenty of photo opportunities and time talking to locals and other visitors.
The trail is also an interesting alternative for anyone driving between Mildura and The Grampians or vice versa. Sure you're 'off highway' but the roads are pretty good and suitable for touring caravans.
Along the way check out the towns of Minyip, Warracknabeal, Beulah and Hopetoun and be sure to enjoy a good cold beer at the Brim Hotel, the old Minapre Hotel at Lascelles or the 'Patche Pub', Patchewollock.