Monday, March 11, 2013

OUR WORLD - Muddy Waters

Recently I had the great pleasure to be present at
my daughter


latest exhibition : "Muddy Waters"
at the Murray Bridge Regional Gallery

A combination of an exhibition she had created and shown

in New Orleans
with an Australian component created
on her return.

The works were beautifully hung 
and the writing, in mud on the wall, very moving indeed.

Please take the time to visit India's blog for more photos.
Just wander down to 28 Feb., her photos are
so much better than mine and you can even read 
the printed version of the text.

PS The young lady is not part of the exhibits but
rather decorative none the less.


  1. Oh what a talented daughter you have. You must be so proud of her. Thanks for the link and sharing.

  2. How wonderfully talented your daughter is!! Please pass along my hearty congratulations on such a fine exhibit.

  3. I took a peek over at India's site and loved those muted colours ... she got it right "MuddyWaters"
    A very talented lady .... you must be proud.

  4. I shall go to India's blog right away Arija.

  5. Wow,that's very interesting and unique! I wonder what was written on the wall!

    1. the full wall-text [in legible version] is at the foot of this post

  6. I just came from India's blog and she is indeed a very talented lady and I know how proud you are and rightfully so!! Terrific post for the day, Arija, and thank you so much for sharing with us!! Have a good week!!

  7. Interesting post. I took a look at her blog also. Boom & Gary of the |Vermilon River, Canada.

  8. I like the way you have included the young lady in the image - it adds to the story.
    I am going over to check out your daughter's page. She obviously is very talented!
    Have a wonderful week. I am linking up to you through Our World Tuesday.

  9. I'm so glad you could go to your talented daughter's exhibit.

  10. She is very talented, and I also like the photo with the young lady looking at the exhibition.

    PS - I can't imagine the kind of heat you're talking about. 30C is rare at my house, and it's never been 37 as long as I've lived here!

  11. A very interesting show! Kudos to India! I like your photo with the girl intently studying the exhibit. It makes for a much more dynamic photo than the exhibit by itself would be.

  12. Oh. So much talent, and hard work. I went over and browsed at India's blog - thank you so much for the link. Awe-inspiring, soft and muted beauty. How proud you must be.

  13. Thanks Arija! I read the text on the wall. It's a kind of paiting in words

  14. I'll pop over to your daughters blog just after I click submit!

    The weather in Melbourne sound the same as yours - we should get a cool change by lunch time on Wednesday - which is about time!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

  15. Hi - I forgot to answer you question. As far as I am aware that shells on the beach are just tide wash, not a midden. When we were on the island I lady who has been visiting for over 10 years said that a lot of the shells were recent and had washed up since scallop dredging was stopped in the Bay.


  16. This sure looks wonderful exhibition.

  17. I clicked on the link. The water might be muddy but it is crystal clear your daughter finds the magic in nature just like her mother. :)

  18. Your daughter is very talented! You must be very proud! Thanks for sharing your world!

  19. Congratulations to your daughter! You must be very proud of her! I will visit her blog next --her exhibit sounds very intersting.

  20. Great post Arija!
    Very talented daughter you have...
    Warm greetings from Holland,
    Anna :))

  21. Oh WOW! That is exciting and fantastic and super duper! Congratulations to your very talented daughter for an amazing exhibition!

  22. Just wonderful Arjia. I follow her facebook feed and see her posts from there. I am so glad you were able to go and see her!

  23. Great capture! Love your P.S. :-)


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