Tuesday, January 5, 2016

'Looking into a portal to another world'..



Described as an 'abstract surrealist' piece by the artist and influenced by her interest in sci-fi and a recent two month art residency in Fukuoka, Japan where she lived 'between mountains in a beautiful rural area'. Personally I think there is something wonderfully sensual about the fluidity of form and colour in the mural above spotted in Claremont and created in April during PUBLIC2015 by super talented Perth artist Hannah Atcheson, you can see more of her work here. Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe.. p.s. slowly catching up :)


28 comments:

  1. Weird, not sure what to make of it

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  2. Trying to blog in México is a lesson in patience. After many, many minutes I could download only the last photo of your post. The flowers are lovely but I don't know what to make of the mural since I have no information. Hah! I'll stick with it tho in the future. In the meantime, try to follow me at http://kate-mazatlanmexico.blogspot.mx

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  3. Tres sexy! Nice to hear from you and I know you have been very busy. Hope your new year is off to a great start!

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  4. Ah, it is different and colorful and a great shot for the day as always, Grace!! I do hope you have a wonderful New Year with camera in hand!! Enjoy!!

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  5. I agree with you about the fluidity of the lines and I think it's an attractive piece especially from a distance. However irreverent this may sound, I have to admit that looking at it close up I couldn't help but think that is might be what a member of the Star Trek crew might look like if the transporter malfunctioned in the middle of a transport.

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  6. i think we are on the same wave-length here because i thought it was more sensual than sci-fi as well!

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  7. Surreal indeed! I got a laugh out of Sharon's comment.

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  8. Quite bizarre but I like it, Grace!

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  9. When I saw this mural I also couldn't figure out what it was... although I like the colours too.

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  10. Sure is a colorful mural. Strange, but colorful.

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  11. Colorful and curious! It totally would grab my attention in a flash, but I might linger a too long trying to figure it all out! Lots of meaning happening there.

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  12. I like this mural Grace. It has a strange appeal. I find myself trying to figure where all the parts belong.

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  13. Your title and the first pic made me think of Rudy Rucker´s book The Fourth Dimension.
    I needed three tries and I´m not sure I really got it anyways. But I won´t take it into another holiday.
    Anyway nice mural :-)

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  14. The other world doesn't look too friendly to me. I try to perceive a coherent whole but keep failing miserably. So here's me sitting here feeling dull witted. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  15. I agree Grace it's very sensual, a beautiful piece...

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  16. Totally captivating to the eyes and senses.

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  17. Very abstract. I like the second shot too, the tree and the flowers make it even better!

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  18. I have no idea what I am seeing, but it seems to be a blend of sexy and scary.

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