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David Band - Miles Mode at Block Projects


7th April, 2011
Lucy Feagins
Thursday 7th April 2011

Miles Mode - an exhibition of new paintings by David Band

Did you know I spot more David Band artwork in the homes I photograph than any other local artist?    There's one here... and here... and there are a few here.   There's one in Leesa O'Reilly's house now (although it sadly didn't make my shots because it was at the framers when I visited!).   There's even one coming up soon in a home I just photographed which you haven't seen yet!  It seems David Band has a loyal following amongst local creative people... and after seeing his work grace the walls of so many beautiful Australian homes, I can understand why!  His colours always make the most perfect unexpected combinations, and his forms are bold and eye-catching, yet always complement rather than dominate the interiors they occupy.   The perfect graphic piece for any Australian home!

David has an exhibition of brand new paintings this week at Block Projects.  The show has been open for a few days already, but the official artist's reception is TONIGHT!  A special opportunity to see David's original works in person, meet the artist, and perhaps even take the plunge on your first art investment!   David has not been well in recent months and staging this exhibition is an incredible achievement at a particularly challenging time... If you love David's work do consider heading out to Block Projects in Melbourne tonight, or anytime before April 28th to support this brilliant local artist!

Miles Mode - new paintings by David Band
Artist's Reception - TONIGHT Thursday April 7th, 6.00pm - 8.00pm

Exhibition runs until April 28th 2011

Block Projects
79 Stephenson Street
Cremorne 3121 VIC

Ph. (03) 9429 0660

Miles Mode - an exhibition of new paintings by David Band

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