Street Art – Los Angeles

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Street Art – Los Angeles

    VINCENT VAN GOGH ‘Starry Night’ at Venice Beach. Graffiti represents an art form that is unrestricted, one  that rebels against conventional forms of artwork. Graffiti is intertwined into  human history, dating back to the Roman Empires where they were plastered onto walls  to make political statements and satirize current events. Modern graffiti achieves many […]

New photos of our art in Hope Island house.

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New photos of our art in Hope Island house.

Upstairs Hallway – Original Abstract by Judith Dalozzo Master Bedroom – Masculinity & Femininity A1 Giclee on canvas Master Bedroom Lounge Room – Still Life in Harmony near the billiard table. Lounge Room/Dining Area Towards the Lounge Room – Charters Tower A0 Giclee on Canvas Girls Bedroom – from the Ainsi Va La Vie series A0 Giclee […]

One More Hope Island mansion fitted out with Dalozzo art originals and Limited Edition giclee prints.

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One More Hope Island mansion fitted out with Dalozzo art originals and Limited Edition giclee prints.

“Abstraction” Original by Judith Dalozzo – Downstairs Hallway “Endless Road Out West” Original by Louis Dalozzo – Front entry “Abstraction” Original by Judith Dalozzo – Upstairs Hallway. “Chartres Towers 1” limited Edtion Giclee Print by Lucette Dalozzo – Downstairs Hallway “Still Life in Harmony” limited Edtion Giclee Print by Judith Dalozzo – Living area “Ainsi Va […]

OUR ART IN REAL HOMES – Ephraim Island

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OUR ART IN REAL HOMES – Ephraim Island

BEDROOM “Burning Energy” Oil Original by Judith Dalozzo 120x150cm LIVING AREA “Abstraction” Acrylic Original by Judith Dalozzo 120x150cm

OUR ART IN REAL HOMES – Hope Island designer home

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OUR ART IN REAL HOMES – Hope Island designer home

Showcasing Louis Dalozzo’s original artwork of Outback Australia brings back many visions for the Qantas captain. The views from above were exactly what he wanted for his beautiful designer home. The Abstract by Judith Dalozzo was meant to be. It is picture perfect.  

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