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The artist's beach shack

Artist David Bromley's Byron Bay lair no less. Art and soul, living large and outrageously. A series of charcoal coloured cottages and sheds complete with outdoor baths, airstream and rusty truck. And you can buy it. It's a "steal" at just over $1.5 million AUD. He will be taking his impressive art collection when he goes ... except for those daubs on the walls. Imagine having David Bromley originals on your walls ... literally on your walls. Fun, quirky and not to everyone's taste it screams art as a way of life, not a trapping of success. I have been real estate stalking in Byron Bay, New South Wales as part of a week that will be heavy on beach shack beauties. Link here while it lasts.

Reader Comments (6)

Amazing. Its artistic and rustic and perfection. xo

15 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChelsea

OMG!...Amasin place...lovely...simple...fantastic...cultural...beautiful !!!

15 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterfreeSpirit

Cripes, some folks need to be kept FAR away from the Photoshop's HDR feature.
These shots are borderline unviewable, in my opinion.

Just look at the gorgeous photos in the "Oasis" story that precedes it - I rest my case.

15 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBredlo

Whoa! Great artworks all over. Also loving the vintage trailer!

That is the essence of Byron Bay! Fantastic and utterly liveable, oh I could be happy there.

16 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTricia Rose

Oh WOW, this is like a vision from a day dream I had when studying building design! When can I move in?? if they behave the Husband, child and animals can come too ; )

16 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKatie

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