And this is the last of the Brenton See murals (until I find another one 😉), a very talented Perth artist who specializes in painting native birds and flowers - this time a few ducks, a purple swamp hen (red beak) and a kookaburra (blue/white bird).
This mural was indicated by my now retired colleague Gill, and can be found at Stargate shopping centre in the suburb of Attwell, and it was recently painted as per the signature - 2019.
If you like murals or have a mural you'd like to post, this meme is for you: just follow the Linky steps below.
Be sure to link back to this blog and visit your fellow mural bloggers. Looking forward to your mural finds this week. Thanks, Sami.
|The duck painted around the corner of the building|
...I like this B(G, bold and beautiful mural. The birds are great!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful and colorful mural.This big birds are amazingReplyDelete
A job well done!ReplyDelete
Indeed Catarina :)Delete
Sehr schön die großen Vögel auf den Wandbildern.ReplyDelete
Danke Noke :)Delete
What a fabulous find, Sami. This See mural really compliments his other works, and I find I'm really enjoying his art. Compliments to your friend for pointing it out to you, too.ReplyDelete
Thanks Elizabeth, I mentioned I was always on the lookout for murals and she said there was one in her local shopping centre. Brenton is a great artist.Delete
More wonderful birds! Thank you.ReplyDelete
best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com
These are cool. Mine is a native bird too today, Good coincidence.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed your Kookaburra too Jim :)Delete
I've enjoyed See's work - thanks for sharing it with us, Sami. Let's hope he keeps up the workReplyDelete
Thanks Debbie. I'm sure there will be more of his murals in the future.Delete
Um belo e fantástico mural.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e bom Domingo.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
Obrigada Francisco, boa semana.Delete
That is beautifully done.ReplyDelete
They really are terrific and I am very happy that you have shared them with us. I hope the mural trend catches on here.ReplyDelete
Thanks David, I hope so too. Murals seems to be very popular all over the world now.Delete
Those have a nice bright look to them. I had to laugh when I saw the Kookaburra because there was a song I remember singing when I was a kid about a Kookaburra sitting in an old gum tree and I really had no clue as to what a kookaKooka was!ReplyDelete
That would be the very popular "Kookaburra song" Larry. Now you know what it looks like :) Thanks for visiting.Delete
Ficou abismado com os murais que nos dá a conhecer.ReplyDelete
Bjs, boa semana
Obrigada Pedro. Ha muito talento por ai :) Boa semanaDelete
Beautiful! "The other day" I even heard a Kookaburra in our Caravan Park, sweet memories!ReplyDelete
Lucky you Iris, I love their song :)Delete
Beautiful mural. So well drawn by a talented artist.ReplyDelete
Thank you Nancy :)Delete
The birds are really stunning and good that the artist just let the background not dominate so the birds get all the attention they deserves.ReplyDelete
Thanks Stefan, glad you liked the mural.Delete
I like these pics in a controlled release :) In your Blog theyre looking very good :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for your visit Rebeca.Delete
wow, those birds are awesome. We used to sing the kookabura song when I was a kid. Now I know what it looks like.ReplyDelete
You did, now you know Mary. I've posted live ones in my blog before.Delete
He is amazingly talented.. love the kookaburra ✨ReplyDelete
Yes he is, thanks Grace :)Delete
Gorgeous piece of work.ReplyDelete
It certainly is, the artist is very talented :)Delete
So beautiful---love the feather detailsReplyDelete
Thanks, yes the details are amazing :)Delete
Gorgeous birds, now that spring is arriving I can't wait until I start seeing more of them around.ReplyDelete
Thanks Pam :)Delete
This artist has so much talent! Wonderful Sami!ReplyDelete
Thank you Pat, I agree he's very talented.Delete
So many beautiful details!ReplyDelete
Thanks Lois :)Delete
I think the Kookaburra is my favorite.ReplyDelete
Thanks Revrunner, it is a lovely bird :)Delete
That kookaburra looks as if he's talking to us :) :)ReplyDelete
He's got his eye on the people walking by :) Thanks Joanne.Delete
Lovely native bird mural here.
Finally able to visit some bloggers... I'm done with my pre-scheduling a number of posts. They all required a lot of work, doing some additional research for the story. Sadly a lot of things seem to just vanish over time.
Writing is a very important thing for keeping memories and history alive.
Thank you Mariette. Blogging does take a lot of time and effort, but is certainly a good way to record our memories, much like a sort of diary.Delete
This is gorgeous. I so admire the artists.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jeanie. A lot of these mural artists are really very talented.Delete
What a beautiful mural this is :)ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Thanks Jan :)Delete