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David Bromley on the Guest Blog!

4th April, 2011
Lucy Feagins
Monday 4th April 2011

David Bromley joins us on the Guest Blog this week!

This week Jenny and I are so thrilled to welcome the supremely talented, super-humanly prolific and, let's face it, somewhat FAMOUS artist David Bromley to the Guest Blog!  Ha ha!  I've blogged Bromley's incredible work many times in the past couple of years - you might recall it was a visit to his surreal studio space in Prahran in 2009 which really kick-started my obsession with all things Bromley!  Since then a visit to his Daylesford outpost, a look at his collaboration with revered Melbourne antique dealers Capocchi, and his involvement in the Greenhouse by Joost project in Sydney have certainly cemented a deep respect for Bromley's amazing varied work and sheer DRIVE!  (I really wish I could bottle like, 1 tenth of his creative energy!)

Whilst David's immense creative output spans film making, fine art, ceramics and bespoke homewares and furniture - it'll be no surprise to learn that, like every good magician, there's always something unexpected up his sleeve!  This week David launches some very exciting brand new projects - for the first time he is exhibiting his own fine art photography in a series entitled 'Another Time Another Place', and ALSO, he has designed the most amazing QUILTS you have ever seen! (More on that tomorrow).

Do pop over to the Guest Blog each day this week to get a first-hand look at David's latest projects and creative inspiration!

We are so very grateful to David for his time, and to Esther at The Project Agency for facilitating this guest blog.

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