DAVID BROMLEY exhibition of paintings and sculptures at JahRoc Galleries now on…
David Bromley’s “EVERYDAY A SUNDAY” Exhibition is featuring at JahRoc Galleries now and includes Paintings, Surfboards, Bronze Sculptures, Embroideries, Quilts, Ceramics and more. Dont miss this opportunity to see a huge collection of works by David Bromley all in one room.
Opening: Easter Saturday 30th March
Well known Australian collectable Artist David Bromley has a recognizable style that art lovers and enjoying more and more.
“I work everyday and every night. Its the glue that holds my life together.
I figure there is not much time in a life and there is a lot to get out.” Bromley
“Despite so many things pointing at the insanity that the modern world is, I choose to be optimistic. And the narratives of my work are too.
One of the most important things, or one of the most important statements and energies that needs to be portrayed is hope. Hope that there is meaning. The jaded youth of today needs to know and believe in beauty and wonder. They need to learn to dream”. Bromley
SMALL WORKS ON LINEN
Gallery of Exhibition – Bronze Sculptures
More Bromley Bronze sculptures in the show – not all shown here
Gallery of Exhibition - Surfboards
Gallery of Exhibition – Surfboards
Note: more surfboards in the show
Also in the show but not photographed or shown on website…
Quilts – various Bromley Ceramics – Cups, Plates, Bowls
WOW – this is one amazing show – don’t miss it!!
Born in Sheffield, England in 1960, David Bromley immigrated to Australia at the age of four. The self taught artist became recognised in his early twenties exhibiting throughout Australia. Since then he has emerged as one of the most recognisable and innovative painters in Australia. His influences although rooted in the 1950’s culture – are as distinct as his styles.
Over the past 20 years Bromley’s work has fostered widespread acclaim and notoriety in Australia and internationally. He has exhibited on nearly every continent including Asia, Europe, Africa and America and has been a finalist in the prestigious Archibald prize six times. Bromley’s work maintains a Universal appeal by tapping into the collective memory of youth and the wonder of the human existence.
David Bromley on living and working in Byron Bay NSW…
“I know people who know me well and know my difficulty in sitting still or relaxing still expect me to be sitting on the beach/surfing, “chilling out ” and getting into the lay back culture of Byron. One of the reasons I’m in the country is so I can breathe fresh air, live healthily and not be fighting traffic, dealing with parking hassles and pollution. The result means I have more time and more energy to work.
As a person who has lived and exhibited a lot in regional areas, I feel that it is important to utilise the freedom and the fresh air for your soul and your spirit to bring as much energy to your art. Its not just regional art, its art art.”
Support Telethon Adventurers now and place a bid on “Kaye” by David Bromley or/and “Sue’s Chaise Lounge” by JahRoc Furniture, which is covered in David Bromley printed fabric.
Full proceeds from both sales will be donated completely to the Telethon Adventurers.
How to Bid.. 1. Visit JahRoc and place bid or.. 2. Ring JahRoc to place bid 08 9758 7200
This is your chance to support Telethon Adventurers and at the same time acquire a collectable piece of art.