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Gullotti Galleries - David Bromley's Latest Exhibition

When:

Thu 8 Oct 2015, 9:00am

Where: Claremont Quarter, 9 Quentin Avenue, Claremont, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Gullotti Galleries proudly presents: ‘Everything You Imagine Is Real’ - a colourful exhibition and newest collection by internationally acclaimed artist, David Bromley.

The exhibition, opening at Level 2, Claremont Quarter (Outside David Jones) on Thursday, 8th October, will showcase Bromley’s latest collection, inspired by the artist’s exuberance for life at a time when things couldn’t be better. The exhibition will be on display for four weeks until, Friday 6th November.

The exciting exhibition will feature an array of innovative and unique pieces specially created for this WA exhibition - all of which have never been seen before. Silent bids for the two donated works will be taken throughout the duration of the exhibition, and the winning offers will be presented at the Lexus Ball. To complement the exhibition, the latest Lexus model will be wrapped in skins of the special Bromley paintings.

A self-taught artist, David has emerged as one of the most sought after and innovative painters and sculptors in Australia. He has been a finalist in the prestigious Archibald Prize five times.