her painted smile outstretched the years of silent heat and stormed cloud
camouflaged lion between birds & bamboo two restaurants and a salon © 2018 Melinda J. Irvine
ngaduun captured by hand back a decade, or more REFERENCES Gumbaynggirr Language Names National Parks and Wildlife Service NSW https://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/resources/education/2010GumbaynggirrLanguageDatabase.pdf Gumbaynggirr Muurrbay Aboriginal Language and Culture Co-op http://muurrbay.org.au/languages/gumbaynggirr/
when you look inside the tides what do you see?
whales passing nearby external assembly © 2018 Melinda J. Irvine
street composition afternoon art © 2018 Melinda J. Irvine As I wander the late afternoons I often ponder how the early masters like Yoshimoto, Basho and Buson would haiku and haiga our 21st century landscape.
Blackheath flowers blossom all the year back of the toilet block wall
inspired art by oceans all stretched out our human community © 2018 Melinda J. Irvine Location: Mandurriao, Iloilo City (Philipppines) This lovely mural is at the Atria in Iloilo City. #sustainable #ourfutureoceans
pointing i followed his vague directions into some dark parade until a graffitied street, red stopped, then turned me out © 2017 Melinda J. Irvine Daily Prompt: Carousel I'm part of Post A Day 2017
creativity an urban reprieve outside collective focus Artivism was a curated street art collaboration of Ilonggo Artists sponsored by the British Council. The gallery in this blog is a collection of fragments I photographed from the complete work which spans a carpark…
Wandering the streets of Iloilo City last month I was privileged to witness Artivisim: a curated street art performance and collaboration sponsored by the British Council. Artivism is a portmanteau from the words “art” and “activism” and seeks to raise awareness of…
Photographs of street art and graffiti style murals by Melinda Irvine.
lady out for water stepping to the usual place but the only water she will carry are the tears that stain her face © 2016 Melinda Irvine A different take on the wordpress weekly photo challenge: H20