Rogers Chocolates Features Fraser Brinsmead

08 November, 2020 1 min read

Rogers Chocolates and Fraser Brinsmead

Rogers Chocolates has selected Fraser Brinsmead for their new feature artist this year!

This 6 piece milk, dark and white chocolate assortment contains a selection of mini creams, a mini bar, an Empress Square and 2 chocolate covered almonds.

The Empress Hotel is iconic for its timeless architecture and magnificent setting.  This painting is a somewhat ambitious attempt to capture the grace of the historic hotel, the elegance of the Inner Harbour and the bustle of beautiful old Victoria in a single image.  It displays my ongoing efforts to express the complex layers of overlapping reality that intertwine and make up the world as we actually see and experience it.

To learn more about ordering this tin: https://www.rogerschocolates.com/ProductDetail/50775_victoria-harbour-by-fraser-brinsmead


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