SAMI'S COLOURFULWORLD

Friday, 2 December 2016

Mooing around Perth - II

So much has happened these last couple of weeks, that it's exactly a month to the day that I last posted about the Perth's Cow Parade.
You can read my other post and see photos of the other cows here.

After much mooing running around I've managed to find over 30 of the 40 on show!
But don't worry I won't bore you with photos of all of them...just the nicest.
And in no particular order here are my choices:


Mooey XIV - by  Ae'lkemi - inside the new Perth city Library
A Cow with no Name - by Peter Ellis and Paul Caporn, in front of QV1 building



Holy Cow - by Poppy Lissiman, in King st, near His Majesty's Theatre
Noongar Boodja - by Rod Garlett in Kings Square (near Perth Arena)
Aurora - by Renae Coles at Perth Arena
Bubblegum Bessie - by Minaxi May at  Perth 140, corner William and Murray St.
Garden Cow - by Megan Salmon, in front of Cloisters square
Daphne - by Sally Stewart, inside the State Buildings


When Cow Parede ends on the 11th December, Daphne will be donated to the Muscle Dystrophy WA Association.

Hope you enjoyed my selection.

Have a great weekend. We'll be having a full weekend with my husband's work Christmas function tonight, a party on Saturday, and my work Christmas function on Sunday...and a dinner with friends on Monday! 

14 comments:

  1. Personally, I'd love to see all of them. Even the ones less than impressive to you. Remember that art is in the eye of the beholder, and this beholder would love to see what I have missed (grin).

    Of the ones you showed, my favorite is A Cow With No Name. It's awesome.

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth. I do like that one, but I think I prefer the colourful Daphne or the regal Mooey XIV.

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  2. Super shots, I still have lots of cows to post too, might not happen ☺ sounds like a busy weekend ahead for you Sami, enjoy!

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    1. Lots of cows..yes quite busy when it gets to this time of the year.

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  3. Oh, t´hey´re all great. Well, the cow with no name is a bit scary.
    I hope to find the energy to go have a look myself.

    Oh, wow, enjoy the stress, have a great weekend!

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    1. Thanks Iris. Hopefully you'll still catch the end of the cow parade when you arrive.

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  4. Another nice selection of cows. Cow with no name has a very creative name.
    Have a nice weekend and have fun in all the parties!

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    1. Thanks Sara. I would find it difficult to invent names for all those cows...I even had trouble naming my cats, lol!
      Have a nice weekend too.

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  5. You can be very creative with cows I see.

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    1. Yes, who could imagine cows would make good art? Thanks Marianne.

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  6. Great fun - and you have done well seeing three quarters of them!
    Wren x

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    1. I think so Wren...I've left a few to find with my daughter who's coming from Amsterdam to spend Christmas and arrives Friday.

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  7. So many cows in the city... the last one is my preferred :)

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    1. Thanks Karl, it's apparently one of the city's favourite too.

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