Tuesday, June 12, 2018

You, me... and the sea!



Sounds good don't you think :) In a world full of sad, bad news it is always a pleasure to come across a piece by Perth based artist Hayley Welsh. Her whimsical style seen around the world, recognizable by her 'surreal, fluffy, wide-eyed creatures, with darker undertones of the unknown, reminding us all to trust love, ignore fear and ‘Listen To Your Little Voice' always comes with an affirmative message, as here 'the best things in life will always be free'. Whether you appreciate her wide-eyed creatures or not her positive outlook is one to admire. One of the many grey utility boxes enhanced during the Water Corporation's Splash of Colour program. Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe..
 

27 comments:

  1. Soulful eyes on those imaginary critters!

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  2. ...just right for its location!

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  3. Her little creatures are so sweet. Love it Grace!

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  4. You are so right, and this artist knows just how to spread the word! Beautiful!

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  5. What can one say about those doe-full eyes? Love these creatures and their features and just looking at them can give one a mental health boost and who doesn't need that these days? Thanks so much for your nice comment today, Grace! Much appreciated!

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  6. I love those wee sweeties, Grace!

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  7. You've got to love someone with a positive attitude is the world we live in today!

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  8. Not an average utility box with that great piece on it!

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  9. You can certainly spend some time looking at the creatures and wondering what they are.

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  10. This is wonderful. We all need these words during our hard times.

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  11. These furry creatures look a darned sight better than the one that the U.S. somehow unleashed on the civilized world. And the positive messages are much needed.

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  12. Awww, that is very, very cute, Grace, and I love the program, too - they sure have "a whale of a time" :-)
    Well, some things are free and priceless at the same time, no?

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  13. Loved the street art , Thanks for the post and pics.

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  14. aww that's so cute and I quite agree with the quote.

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  15. Love those little animals in the first couple of photos they are so cute. You never seem to run out of murals in and around Perth. I would love to visit but I have sworn I would never do the long flight to Australia ever again! Take care Diane

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  16. Superb, I love the little critters

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  17. A very cute mural, so nice painted.

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  18. Nice thing to find on a utility box. Pity that the electricity isn't free too!

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  19. Such a sweet way to share art by the sea!

    Janis
    GDP

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  20. I remembered the song "Me and You" sang by Rosemary Clooney composed by Duke Ellington, when I saw your post.
    'Me and you In love.' Oh, The song is similar to your photos!

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  21. Always happy to be surprised by art no matter where.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Where are the locations?

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  23. NIce! I love seeing those boring utility boxes (or whatever it is) dressed up with interesting art.

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