Monday, March 12, 2018

Engaging the community..



We have many incroyably talented artists in Perth, one of which is Melski Mcvee. You have seen her work here many times but if you have a minute click here and scroll down, I promise it will make you happy :) Above and below seen on The Best Brew Bar & Kitchen on Wellington Street. Mel's work is largely community orientated, have a look at the short video here of a community project in Northbridge.. so much participatory fun being had. I must keep my eyes open to see if she has a project happening when my two 'arty' grandchildren are here, they would love to join in I'm sure. Hope you had/are having a good weekend, happy Monday, take care and stay safe..


28 comments:

  1. Fantastic and thanks for the link. Take care, hope the cough is improving. Cheers Diane

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  2. ...wonderful and the reflection is a great capture!

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  3. The large part of the mural with the fave is so nice, so beautiful, so colorful, so charming and enchanting...I'm sure it works well to draw people into the restaurant! And the reflection is perfection! What great light. Thanks too, for your nice comment on Ocala. I'll pass your words on to the owner of the legsl

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  4. This is very nice and it fits the space so beautifully. She really does some colorful work.

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  5. how many street art in your town... nice pictures! ew

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  6. The last photos gives the work some balance. I like it. Grandchildren and paint, that sounds like fun.

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  7. Such a beautiful face and lovely colours. Another fantastic mural!

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  8. I love her work, Grace! That looks like a nice place!

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  9. Love the colour and life which shines through her work.

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  10. The very best part is the reflection in the glass in the top picture that gives it sore of a cubist look.

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  11. You're so right, Grace. You have no shortage of talented artists in your corner of the world.

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  12. What a great mural and an inviting place!

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  13. Nice artwork! The reflection is fascinating.

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  14. She certainly achieved a lot in only three years, Grace!
    Beautiful work(s) and a great start into this grey day.
    Just get my brolly and am off with these colors in mind :-)

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  15. Very stylish mural indeed, I like this style. So much nive to look at than all that graffitty you see in cities.

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  16. I mean nicer in stead of nive? I type blind but my skills have not that high level anymore...:(

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  17. I am always amazed at the amount of art in Perth!

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  18. Hi Grace! Thanks for your comment on Ocala, on the yellow cab. I have to tell you, though, there were no puddles and this is a photoshopped picture. The whole reflection has been photoshopped. Which is why, these days, you can't always believe what you see. And that's not a good thing. I love to play around with photos like this, especially when they are not hurtful to anyone. :)

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  19. It's awesome, I love the colours he uses. Just by chance I found a Melski mural yesterday not too far from Fremantle :)

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  20. The first shot is fantastic, Grace !
    You have created a "new" mural with that reflection !

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  21. Such beautiful artwork, and your capture of it really makes it stand out!

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