Sunday, 29 March 2015

Fluroe Opening Night

If you weren't at LoveLove on Friday then you missed one hell of an opening night for Featonby's Fluroe exhibition. The gallery was packed with art lovers keen to immerse themselves in the fluorescent current of Featonby's first solo show.

Wednesday, 25 March 2015


Don't forget peoples, tomorrow night is the opening for Featonby's first solo exhibition titled Fluroe.
It's sure to be a big night, so make sure you head on down.
Here's a sneak peek....

LoveLove Studio
25 Railway Tce,
Milton, 4064.


Just a few quick shots from our first show of the year Landscapes. Happy guests enjoying the new gallery layout and sweet, sweet cider.

Thursday, 5 March 2015

Fluroe by Featonby

The First Works Of Featonby
Artist, Featonby, is proud to announce that his work will be exhibited to the public for the very first time.
With all new original works, in a bright and energetic display, Featonby's aim is to give you a taste of everything that has made him the artist he is today.
Each piece incorporates vibrant neon colours, ranging from drawing to typography, painting to prints, and to all the weird and wonderful in between, it is sure to be a party not to be missed.
All art will be for sale, with exciting events happening throughout the lead up to the exhibition.
Make sure to follow the Instagram @fluroe and like Fluroe on Facebook to keep up to date with the fun...
See you there!

Facebook Event Page 

Thursday, 26 February 2015

Landscapes - Press Release

Released @ 24/02/15 3pm
Lovelove Studio is proud to present
Celebrating of all things landscape
Lovelove studio will be hosting a huge group exhibition with a fine selection of fantastic local and emerging artists who have come together to celebrate all things landscape.
Love Love Studio is a not for profit artist run initiative established in 2008 which hosts regular exhibitions and events. It comprises of one large gallery space, bar and outdoor area, and open plan studio space for artists in residence. Run by Matt Johnson, Jay Musk and Matt Newkirk, Love Love largely shows emerging artists and local artists, with work ranging from painting and drawing to experimental installations and more. The studio spaces also have great energy for artists in residence to develop future artistic endeavours.  
       The opening reception will be held on the 6th of March from 630pm till late. This will be a licenced event.  The exhibition will run for two weeks. We are situated just behind Milton railway station on 25 Railway Terrace, Milton, Brisbane.

 Facebook Event Page

Sunday, 15 February 2015

Lowkey Lounge Night

Friday night saw the first Lowkey Lounge Night operate out of the Milton space.
It was a chilled affair, with many familiar faces, as the gallery was transformed into what looked like a huge lounge room, complete with shag pile carpet. Nachos and burritos, accompanied by cans of beer, kept the guests belly's full whilst the skate videos were projected up onto the big screen. The relaxed atmosphere allowed many people to bring their kids along, and it was great to see several generations of Brisbane skaters getting stoked on skate films spanning over nearly four decades.
The night was a great success, and it gave the opportunity for skaters, both young and old, to share stories of their adventures, and talk about what riding a board means to them.
There's sure to be another Lowkey Lounge Night in the not too distant future, so keep your eyes peeled and on the blog for updates and info.

Wednesday, 11 February 2015


This Friday!

Get your Mexican skate drink on whilst eyeballing video goodness.

On another note, we are still seeking submissions for our upcoming "Landscape" exhibition that opens on the 6th of March. It's looking like there will be some awesome local talent in the mix, so swing us a line at if you'd like to be involved.
Keep in mind that when we say landscape we aren't necessarily talking about a painting of a sunset. It simply means landscape, and not portrait format. Like this.........
You feel me?
Now get cracking!