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07
Jun

Loretta Lizzio – Juddy Roller Lane

Loretta Lizzio has once again shown us why she’s a real force within the street art scene by producing this stunning piece. Loretta has a real comfort with colour and knows how to make your eyes happy, always bringing these strong colour palettes to the table. How good is that gold by the way!

The mural stands vividly amongst the magic within the Juddy Roller lane, which is constantly being repainted by Australia’s and the world’s best. With names such as Sofles, Smug, and Adnate sitting around, it’s not hard to see why this laneway is one of the most prolific in Australia and Melbournes best-kept secret. The mural is located out the front of the Juddy Roller Studios (just off Johnston Street), so if you’re in the neighbourhood you come and check it out.

The Juddy Roller Gallery is also open from 10am-4pm and currently hosting Dan “Ears” O’Toole’s ‘Bending Light’ solo exhibition. Thanks to Rune for the media content.

06
Jun

In The Studio – Daniel “Ears” O’Toole

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This month we had the opportunity to meet up with the friendly faced and Sydney based artist ‘Ears’, while completing an in-house studio visit in the build up to his exhibition at the Juddy Roller Studio.

For those who don’t know, Ears is a Sydney born and bred artist, with a serious multitude of skills and disciplines working across painting, sound, photography and video. He is mostly known for a warped portrait style on the streets, which is illustrative and playful. His artwork offers a unique style which is produced from a very hands-on approached process well before the paint hits the canvas. We caught up over a few beers to chat about what he has been up to.

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30
May

Dan ‘Ears’ O’toole – Bending Light Exhibition

In anticipation of Dan ‘Ears’ O’toole’s upcoming exhibition titled ‘Bending Light’ curated by Juddy Roller, we take a quick look at the artist and mind behind the brushes.

‘Bending Light’ is series of images made through photographic processes; transcribed from photography into paintings, the works become distorted in two stages and are in essence a series of experiments that aim to discover the ways in which light, colour and form can be manipulated to augment reality.

The exhibition commences on Friday the 2nd of June at The Juddy Roller Gallery. Entry is free! So come and enjoy some great artwork in good company.

Thanks to the crew at Round 3 for the video!