Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Kaya wanjoo wanjoo..

 

Kaya wanjoo wanjoo, hello and welcome. I mentioned that it's been a while since we were in the city and last week I noticed a wonderful vibrant new mural work on the Perth City Visitor Kiosk. Painted in-between now and the last time we were there by Noongar artist Nerolie Bynder. The volunteers in the information kiosk do such a brilliant job it seems only right to have atop their hub the words Kaya Perth meaning 'Welcome to Perth'. Indigenous art is so much more than just art, it is a life story. Happy Wednesday, take care and stay safe..


 


22 comments:

  1. Dearest Grace,
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  2. How beauty the mural may be, it still detonate with the architecture of the kiosk and both suffer under that wrong idea by someone.

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  3. ...the kiosk is interesting with out the mural and the mural is the frosting on the cake!

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  4. The kiosk looks fantastic with the artwork. Well done!

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  5. The shape and the mural go well together.

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  6. Now Perth has gone from riches to a creative kiosk! Now the kiosk is intriguing even without the mural, and the mural is the cherry on top!

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  7. I don't think I would get tired of seeing all that color.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  8. That is a wonderful mural on that kiosk. So good a local artist could get this commission.

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  9. Oh, Grace, how I wish I could be there! It´s very beautiful.
    LOL, remember when I was there with Sami. She asked about a bronze girl with a flower. They had no idea, but I knew (when you go down direction Bell Tower - just ask the one who lives in "a small town in Germany" ��).

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  10. That looks wonderful, a piece of art!

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  11. It's a beautiful one Grace. I took some photos of it at the beginning of the month when I had to go to the city for a meeting. I had no idea there was something on the top too, lol. I remember the last one with the rainbow one.

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  12. That is very nicely done. I love those swans!

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  13. Love it! We are all enriched and there is something very right about honoring the first cultures this way.

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  14. That is fabulous, have a great weekend Diane

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