Every Wall Art Launches In Melbourne

MELBOURNE | Art is something that everyone can appreciate in some form or another, and walls, well we all have them. This is where Every Wall Art comes in, the new venture from Archeologist/History Teacher/Artist Aaron Chettle. Aaron’s aim is simple – to craft accessible commissioned art that follows the vision of the buyer, is informed by skilled artisans and created with tested procedures.

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Every Wall Art also develops truly unique and varied limited edition artworks, that that are printed using a Giclee process (By Yarra Glen’s ACME et al) and are both for sale and are examples for commissionable style choices. Choose your image, choose your style, choose your colour pallet and work with an artist to create art just for you and your wall.

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It’s an idea that Aaron has had in his head for the best part of 20 years since he believes that art is for everyone, art is for all walls, art should be accessible and art should be yours. He’s sketched his way through an archaeology degree, and painterd his way through teaching. He loves art and believes it is the key to being human, alive and inquisitive. It is for everyone and every wall, that’s why it’s called Every Wall Art.

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Every Wall Art opens on Thursday 17 December 2016, 7:00pm at the Alehouse Project in Brunswick East. A carefully chosen site only because the owner demanded it, generously giving up his walls to showcase some of the constantly changing art and design on offer by Every Wall Art. Who could resist those walls, or that beer? We definitely think you should pop in and say hi, grab a beer, and check out Aaron’s brilliant artwork.

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Every Wall Art Launch

When: Thursday 17 December, 7:00am to late

Entry: Free

Where: The Alehouse Project. 98 Lygon Street, Brunswick East

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