Brews Brothers Microbrewery Artist Wall presents:
“Beards and Bombshells”
DATE: Friday the 12th of September 2014
TIME: 3pm to 6pm
PLACE: Brews Brothers Microbrewery, 31 Wellington Road, East Brisbane
Brews Brothers microbrewery would like to invite one and all to the first monthly ‘Brews Brothers Microbrewery Art Wall project’. This exhibition will run from September 12th through to October 8th at Brews brothers Microbrewery, 31 Wellington Road, East Brisbane, Queensland 4102 beginning at 3pm on Friday afternoon.
This event will be hosted by Amy Turner a very proud Brews Brothers employee and art student at Queensland Tafe Southbank campus and is the first of what she hopes will be many successful art exhibitions held at our venue. Our first exhibition will be called ‘Beards and Bombshell’s’ and will introduce the very talented Brisbane based artist Stacey Nightingale.
Stacey Nightingale was born in South Australia in 1993 and has over nine years of experience within the visual arts sector. Stacey began attending private art classes when she was eleven years old up until her move to Queensland in 2012 and sold her first painting in the Peter Franz Gallery when she was only fourteen. Stacey received DUX of Visual Arts upon graduating grade 12 and went on to study a Bachelor of Fine Art at Griffith Queensland College of Art. She is currently an apprentice tattoo artist at the Painted Lady Tattoo Studio.
Stacey predominantly works with acrylic and pencils, but will be adding ink to skin soon enough. Stacey takes her central artistic stimuli from tattoo art in which she aims to incorporate the hard-edged line work with the soft shadowing of realism. Her main artistic inspirations include tattoo artists Emily Rose and Paul Richards, while her favourite fine artists comprise of Alphonse Mucha, Emma Hack and her close personal friend and artistic idol Serena Indigo.
This is an 18+ event in which you can come down and enjoy a free sausage sizzle and the many micro brewed beers and ciders made right on site by the talent staff at Brews Brothers.
All artworks will be sold commission free and cash is always preferred and appreciated so feel free to stop by an ATM after catching the 124 or 125 from the City to Woolloongabba, or a train to Park Road Station, where it’s just a short walk or cab ride to the venue.
The crew at Brews Brothers and The Brisbane Collective are proud to support local talent, and Amy and all the staff have been working non-stop to get this wonderful event up and going so you, Brisbane locals can enjoy some great beer, cider and even greater local artist talent. For more information please check out their Facebook page.