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Monday, 27 January 2020

Monday Mural - Autumn leaves

Another mural from the town of Bunbury, painted for Re.Discover 2016, by Ian Mutch on the side walls of Trafalgars  Hotel & Pub, at 36 Victoria Street.

The artist was born in South Africa and is now based in the small beach town of Dunsborough (south west of Perth), and draws inspiration from animals, landscapes, travelling, stories and patterns.


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 posters.  Looking forward to your mural finds this week.  

Monday Mural Meme goes lives at 12,01am Perth, Western Australian time.
Thanks, Sami. 
              

Another Ian Mutch mural in Margaret River by Ian Mutch, which I posted about in January 2016:



46 comments:

  1. ...A wonderful one Sami, but it seems that I just raked up all of our leaves. Thanks for hosting.

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    1. This one seems quite sad compared to the usual ones I post.
      I'm glad we don't have many leaves to rake in Autumn :)

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  2. Autumn leaves are usually so vivid — it’s interesting that this artist has made them so muted in color. Interesting mural.
    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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    1. I think the dark background colour helps to make them appear even darker. Thanks Mae.

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  3. I like the leaves, my favourite season.

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  4. I got the leaves, but I didn't quite understand the "flying babies/angels." It was still a lovely mural, and a definite conversation starter..

    Sorry this is the last Monday Murals post until March. I'll be around, just not at Monday Murals.

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    1. I tried to find something about the meaning of this mural, but I couldn't, so not sure what those flying babies represent.
      I'll see you again in March for the Murals, and in I'll visit you of course Elizabeth :)

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  5. here are autumn leaves that arrive a little prematurely (at least in your latitudes). i also like these little characters that fly too. there's a very nice feeling of movement and a very poetic mink. you can feel the wind ...

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    1. Thanks Kwarkito. Yes those leaves are still too early for us, but not long to go until Autumn...

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  6. Hello Sami, the leaves are beautiful, lovely mural. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great new week ahead.

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    1. Thanks Eileen, have a wonderful week too :)

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  7. For those interested in the highly charged politics of murals, here’s an article:
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/jan/26/whitewashed-how-gentrification-continues-to-erase-las-bold-murals

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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    1. How very sad what is happening in LA. Those murals were brilliant and a piece of history as they say. Thanks Mae.

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  8. At times it is nice to not have a riot of colour. Simple and nice.

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  9. Actually I can´t wait for Spring! But at least the cats and sheep (?) have some fun. A little pale for Autumn, too, but, well, maybe the artist is not really a fan, rather a Summer-lover?

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    1. Can't really figure out what is flying around in that mural, lol.
      Yes the leaves are a bit pale, or the wall behind a bit bland too.

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  10. Can't wait for those autumn leaves for real Sami, this is a lovely mural ūüćā

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    1. It's far too hot and humid lately, very uncomfortable. I do enjoy Autumn too. Thanks Grace

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  11. Gives me a real autumn feeling despite the parachuted bugs.

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    1. Can't figure out what those things flying around are. Thanks SC

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  12. Very nice done, those leaves against the wall.

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  13. It is lovely and whimsical at the same time!

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  14. Dearest Sami,
    They are huge but wonderfully done in three dimensional look.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  15. I really like this one, Sami. It's just very, very pretty!

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    1. Thanks Jeanie, not as bright as the ones I usually post, but still pretty.

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  16. The leaves look amazing don't they …

    All the best Jan

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  17. How charming! I love autumn leaves.

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  18. I love the leaves. Makes me feel like autumn (which we don't really get here in the desert so it's more like a dream of autumn for me)

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    1. Thanks Mary. Our Perth Autumn is also very mild.

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