... and looking back 'lucky country' below by Norton Flavel (WA) 'referencing the Australian psyche , of the tension between positives and negatives and what we choose to see'.
A familiar face looking out from 'house of mirrors' by NEON (Vic) 'redefining the architecture of the common beach hut, camouflaged into it's surroundings with an interior that accentuates key views of the outside world'..
Below 'wanderers conventus' by Brad Jackson (WA) a 'traveling family group of metal spheres, they pass by in silence, their origin, destination and intentions remain unknown'!
I'm sure you'll recognize the delightful work of one of my favourite artists Ayad Alqaragholli, you've seen his work on the blog many times before just recently here.. below 'hearts in paradise', representing love and happiness, whilst the pomegranate they hold represents Paradise, and the chair signifies the Australian homeland'.. you can see by the interaction with young visitors, including Aimee and Amy :) that Ayad's whimsical creations make everyone happy!
One more piece for today.. 'ocean lace' below by Britt Mikkelsen (WA) the artist 'recalls beach combing at an age when the little things mattered. Likewise this tiny fragment found at South Cottesloe has been enlarged 700 times revealing it's fragile beauty'.. I like the lacy pattern it made on the beach very much.
... and of course there's always someone who thinks the whole thing is like 'whatever' :) Hope you've enjoyed. It's been a hectic weekend and over 500 photos to edit, will catch up today. Happy Monday, take care and stay safe...p.s. yes, the sea really was that blue!