A peculiar fence is in Lancelin, Western Australia… a multicolored ‘rope’ fence. It has a creative harmony that I found instantly appealing. People put rope and twine of all different colours, shapes and sizes together. And it looks amazing!
Colors and Textures
Bright Cobalt Blues, aquas, viridians, indigos, coral reds and indian yellows… narrow, gossamer thin and broad; some intact, some old – totally worn out and frayed beyond redemption.
The curling strands, the unravelling threads, the tightly bound cords – sturdy and linear; these textures, forms and shapes are nearly Jackson Pollock.
I find somehow, they’re In Harmony, in their sensational tapestry on the fence.
These randomly different ropes get along, intertwine and connect brilliantly. Who would have thought ropes and twine might be artistic and lovely?! Not I.
The song, “Get Along” by Guy Sebastien always runs through my mind when I’m remembering the gorgeously colored rope fence.
Its a lovely song, with sweet poignant lyrics. If you haven’t heard it…. its well worth having a listen.
The refrain is…. “Can we all just get along.”