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Gillie and Marc Launches New Range of Sculptures and Paintings

Paddington, November 3, 2012: Gillie and marc launches contemporary sculptures and paintings. The paintings are displayed through online where visitors can have look at the series of contemporary art and make a preference.

The objective of the paintings is to show one that if the person desires to stay happy then he ought to tame a dog at home. A dog is a man’s best friend and serves as excellent companion in encouraging a person to live happily. The brand takes into consideration the small details and objects of happiness in life that have the power to spell the minds and send a depressed soul into bouts of enthusiasm just by furnishing a painting with so much of subtle thought and bliss involved in it.

The paintings make life worth living and serves as a great chance for buyers to seek reasons of glee in something unique. Whether they are about portrait paintings or bronze sculptures, the idea is to fascinate the minds with something new. The sculptures are designed in shape of dogs, otherwise limbs and rest part of the body imitating that of a human being has in it to captivate the minds. The artwork is splendid exhibition of human imagination and how they can be compelling yet simplistic in vision. About the Company:

The two most popular Australian artists Gillie and Marc Schattner were inspired by their own research, which proved that the little happiness of life is inspired by the most important loyal being playing antics around us most of the time, that is dogs. Hence, they came up with the idea of Gillie and Marc and launched their online store, which displays and sells an array of contemporary artworks.

Gillie and Marc draw inspirational works in the domain of advertising and graphic designing. Since then, there has been no looking back for them with so much of ideas and imaginations streaming out and influencing the world at large. They have shown instances of excellent artwork with the Smile Foundation, the Australian Red Cross Blood Service and the Black Dog Institute. Today, their work is regarded as the most exhilarating performance and an aesthetic amalgamation of content and style.


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  • portrait paintings
  • bronze sculptures


The two most popular Australian artists Gillie and Marc Schattner were inspired by their own research, which proved that the little happiness of life is inspired by the most important loyal being playing antics around us most of the time, that is dogs.