Tuesday, November 27, 2018

'Run Forrest Run!'..



Love, love, looove the whimsical wonder here created last week on the Walter Road water pump station in Morley by Perth contemporary artist Peter Ryan, so much so that I took many photos making it all the more difficult to choose which to show here :) A collaboration between the Water Corporation's Splash of Colour project enhancing their facilities around the city, the Morley Momentum and the City of Bayswater. This area is up for beautification in the future, it is off to a delightful start. Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe..


33 comments:

  1. It offers up some much needed colour and whimsy!

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  2. Oh, I love this, very very nice !

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  3. Lovely shot and art . Keep commenting on my blog because I love your comments.

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  4. wonderful art,the tiny men are great!colorful pictures! ew :)

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  5. This is just so pretty. I like everything about it.

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  6. I love this, and the colours used.

    All the best Jan

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  7. Very pretty indeed. It looks brilliant in that location.

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  8. I love the cute wee creatures in this one, Grace!

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  9. With out a doubt, that is a good mural on that utility box.

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  10. Well for what it is worth, I like the second shot with so many things going on.

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  11. Turn the mundane beautiful and ethereal!

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  12. That is a wonderful way to make a plain block look beautiful.

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  13. Nice to see this bright spot of creativity :)

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  14. Sure brighten things around up.
    Coffee is on

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  15. Ohhhh, Grace, this is very, very cute and clever!

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  16. I agree it's lovely. I like the way they are zinging up water facilities. They are doing it in the Blue Mountains too.

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  17. Nice mural and a real eco system stream. Looks that the eco thought has also taken place in Perth.

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  18. The leaves are so nice painted, as if they still circle around!

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  19. What a bright spark of color on an otherwise drab piece of cement. Lovely.

    Janis
    GDP

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  20. That is FUN! I love it when everyday utility buildings are enhanced with art. Our big water tower is being refurbished at the moment and is covered with a huge tarpaulin. I bet when the tarp is removed it will be just painted plain white, when there is an opportunity to add something so much nicer and more interesting. Oh well....

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  21. How beautiful it looks Grace, so happy that these drab utility buildings are getting a makeover.

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  22. Thanks so much for the amazing write up, and sharing the photos!!! Great to read these positive comments, it was a fun mural to paint and I'm glad it's bringing a smile to those passing by!! Peter

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  23. A great spot for a colourful piece of art!

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  24. This is so lovely; cheerful, beautiful colours

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