David and Yuge Bromley are the two creative forces behind the business Bromley & Co, within which the artist and his wife run their creative studios, their galleries in Daylesford, Windsor and Ballarat in Victoria and more recently a gallery in Xiamen, China.
Beyond their own spaces that portray a host of works from artists locally and internationally, the pair also work extensively with cross collaborators in architecture and construction, as well as run a fashion label and a burgeoning event and interior design service. In short, they view all that they do as work on a canvas.
As an artist, David has developed distinct themes and unique styles of painting, his best known being nude female portraits, layered interpretations of butterflies and birds in flight and his childrens series. More recently, David’s art practice has extended to bronze and resin sculpture that range from small and whimsical to large scale, intricate and commanding of spaces.
Intimately involved in all facets of their work, Yuge originally pursued a career in law before being undeniably drawn towards the creative realm, starting her eponymous label in 2012 and is soon to launch a creative children’s line, Wenniebeigo.
From their absolute love and creative immersion in Daylesford, to the soon-to-open Pub With Two Names in Ballarat, through to creative overlays on the Sekisui House development West Village Brisbane and interior design on Mazzei Homes latest creation “The Residence”, the Bromley’s bring their curiouser and curiouser aesthetic full of life, whimsy and vibrant colour to all that they do.
Intuitively bouncing off each other, the Bromley’s live by their determination to see life outside the rules, to excite, inspire and immerse in their world of canvas.