Monday, March 10, 2014

Urban art gallery....



After our unsuccessful trip to the Art Gallery last week, closed on Tuesday :) we carried on over into the city to check out the latest addition to 140ART. From afar 140 William although a uniquely designed building can look a little 'grey'.. get closer and it's a riot of vibrant artwork on street level, remember Anya Brock's budgies! Some of the art is temporary but I believe the above piece in Globe Lane by Kyle Hughes Odgers one of Australia's leading artists is there to stay! Just a few steps away the mural below by the future generation of young artists.. Yr 11 students of Mater Dei College. Vive l'art! More sculptures from this years Sculpture by the Sea tomorrow. Happy Monday, or Sunday :)



29 comments:

  1. Wow, Grace! Very dynamic and colourful!

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  2. Oh, how colorful and fun!!! I always love your colorful photos -- particularly early in the morning when "my" world is so GRAY, GRIM and DULL!! Thanks for sharing, Grace! Hope you're ready for a great new week!! Enjoy!!

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  3. The second one reminds me of a mural on a bridge underpass in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

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  4. Such a splash of color puts a smile on my face. I enjoyed seeing the sculptures by the sea and look forward seeing more.

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  5. I love the fun, colour and creative thinking in both these works of art.

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  6. These are amazing. Really cool Grace!

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  7. I like both of these--the colors, the forms as well as they occupy the space.

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  8. Vibrant is the perfect word to describe these delightful pieces!

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  9. Bright, happy looking art. Must be a consequence of living in Perth which is pleasant.

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  10. The bright colors really lift one's mood! Perth is definitely on my bucket list!

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  11. Fantastic murals! Love the themes and colors.

    PS: Hubby is now in Perth. He said the weather was quite nice - warm in the day and cool at night. I am now super jealous!

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  12. That is really a very colorful and vibrant art. Would love to visit it.

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  13. I particularly love the top one, Grace. I think those are my colours!

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  14. You have such wonderful fun art in your city!

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  15. Love the vibrant colors and especially that school of gulping fish - yup, Perth is the place to be!

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  16. Brilliant, in many ways. Love the idea of a city held level by balanced sand bags.

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  17. Just itching to put labels on those bottles!

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  18. Perhaps I'm wrong or may be I'm making a rash generalisation but when I see such brightly coloured murals I imagine that they are created by optimistic artists.

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  19. Un exposition toute en couleurs et qui me paraît bien interessante, tu as dû te faire plaisir à la visiter !
    c'est un très post!
    Bonne semaine à toi! Cath.

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  20. The bottles are really cool, Grace! Is this temporary or will I get a chance to see it, too?

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  21. Bright colors - fantastic artistic wall ! The top one is my favorite!
    Happy New week to you!

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  22. What a treat to see those firsthand - thanks so much for sharing Grace! Joy x

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  23. I like Art in open spaces.(outside the museums).

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  24. Fantastic photos! I love this kind of art. You have so many interesting things to do and see where you live.

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  25. Lots of fun. As always. Have you organized a "Happy" video a la Pharrel Williams yet?

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  26. Truly awesome artwork!! So colorful paintings. I love these types of paintings from my heart. Recently, I bought animal and rock paintings from Aboriginal Art gallery and everyone appreciate their artwork.

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