Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Way to brighten up a dull day or.. up, down and the other side!



Firstly I'd like to say thanks for all the feedback yesterday, after a few technical issues I think I'm coming to terms with the change over to desk top, and as many of you pointed out so much better for photography, the bigger screen is amazing. Yesterday I braved the weather once again to go into the city to see an exhibition at the art gallery but stopped off in Leederville to check out the latest murals painted for FormPUBLIC 2015. The flowing hair, although not as red, reminded me of a certain someone :) Looking fabulous in a lane-way off Oxford Street it was created by Perth artist Sarah McClosky.


Looking a little further up the lane you might recognize the bouffant quiffs and segmented style of Martin E Wills you've seen his work many times here before..


... and last but definitely not least directly opposite this huge scale work by Robert Jenkins check out the rather mesmerizing details. It's a little hard to keep up with all the incredible new street art in Perth, but believe me I'll try :) Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe..


28 comments:

  1. Grace these are so beautiful!

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  2. I'm loving the Robert Jenkins Grace. Our all in one has a 27" screen and now I'm used to that, I could never go back to smaller!

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  3. Thanks for showing these, Grace! It is almost as good as being there!

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  4. Oo! The last two, especially, are dazzling.

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  5. Oh, I do LOVE all of these and I've enjoyed your recent post SO much!!! Wish I could be there in person, but your pics are the next best thing!! Thank you for sharing your beautiful, fun world!!

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  6. A really colorful display of beauty.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  7. Awww, so dang beautiful, Grace! And so fast growing!

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  8. I think the redhead is my favorite but, oh my, that last one is mesmerizing. Scrolling up and down, it's almost hypnotic.

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  9. Truly spectacular murals. Love the one of the female because of its simple lines and posed angles.

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  10. Every mural you show is even better than the one before, Grace!

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  11. In the first one, bad hair day? Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  12. Great captures what artsy designs. I'm happy you're working through your PC issues too.

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  13. They are great finds Grace! I need to go back out on the hunt for some more murals. Not too many around here I'm afraid.

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  14. I love the first and the third one.

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  15. That's wild. It looks like Perth is becoming an open air museum.

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  16. Are we catching up with or overtaking Melbourne in 'outside works of ART'? These are really great (are you sure you know who wasn't the inspiration?)

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  17. A great way to jazz up the lane .... looove ... that red hair.

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  18. Who knows, but maybe the first one was inspired by Aimee?
    Lovely, the 3 of them!

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  19. I am always amazed by your number of such nice murals in your city, I am a bit envious...

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  20. First one: I'd call "Summer Breeze".

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  21. The first mural is lovely the way the hair and birds are lifting in the wind!

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  22. Great art! I like all the images. The last one is fantastic.

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  23. Ooooh I love that first one. The last one makes me dizzy, it's like a vortex!

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  24. The last one certainly could make one dizzy!

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  25. Wonderful art beautifully captured!

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  26. Great artistic work!
    The top one is my favourite.
    Thanks for sharing.

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