A bold statement in plain and simple colours
Last year I went with a group to visit the Islamic Museum of Australia in Thornbury, Melbourne. While there were loads of interesting things to see inside what did catch my eye even before we walked through the door was this mural on the wall near the entrance.
Painted for the opening in 2014, we visited in 2019 and considering the number of people who would’ve walked past, possibly running their fingers over the brush strokes, there was still a fresh clean newly painted look to it. Looking back down the slope the black grey yellow and white colourings look different, softer, not so definined. Possibly something to do with the way the light fell on the wall https://www.janetradyfineart.com/artist/Sabah_Arbilli/biography/ https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_Museum_of_Australia