Thursday, 16 May 2013

Anno Domini Home.


While attending an exhibition in the iconic Nicholas Building, we stumbled across one of those dark magical corners that makes Melbourne so interesting and brilliant.  
This wonderland of the curious and the macabre is the realm of artist and creative gentleman Andrew Delaney.  A little cave packed full of religious artefacts, memento mori, antiquities and anatomical amputations.  If you are looking for a Sacre Coure fashioned from hessian, this is the place to fossick.  Where a cleverly stiffened and contorted lace doily becomes a skull in gossamer.




































Visit the mysterious and beguiling Mr Delaney in his crypt of creativity,
Studio 204 Level 2, 37 Swanston Street, Melbourne.

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks Gents , it was lovely to see you after so many years . Drop on in anytime . Regards AD

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