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Parlour Lane Roasters Exhibition Christmas 2013 – Trashion

Nov 21, 2013  ·  2 min read

In the gorgeous gilded showcases that sit within the QT Sydney lobby amplifying the grand appeal of the Parlour Lane Roasters Cafe and Bar now perch some of the most exciting works of art you will see in Sydney today.

Thematically the works of art (as a whole collection) lean towards influences in the Trashion movement, prevalent in the 1990’s, beginning with the work of Ann Wizer and the experimentation of repurposing existing materials for artworks, rather the the ‘clean’ canvasses and materials most used.

Sculptures by acclaimed UK artist Walter Raes are teamed with complementary works of art from darling of the French scene Veronique Bosshard, and the modern punchy style of Eastern Coast painter Adam Murray.

The bold entrance setting holds an homage to a Sydney Christmas featuring loads of tinsel and plastic (bling) above which hangs a piece by John Lodington. Three additional pieces of John’s art sit in the furthermost display cabinets in the space towards the back of Parlour Lane.

Each piece of art has been opened for exclusive sale through QT for the period of the display (until February 2014) and all enquiries for purchase should be directed to the curator of the exhibition (details below).

Walterworks pieces are for your viewing pleasure only.

To view the display in pictures, please follow this link. Descriptions of each work of art can also be found here along with purchase prices.


For purchase options, please contact:

Sas Lyon

[email protected]


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