Jack Bromell is a self-taught local artist who's been working professionally since late 2015. Since shifting focus wholly onto this practice, his work has garnered serious interest, with his murals now scattering the state. His graphic paintings can be characterised by an intricate, illustrative style, inspired by nature, emotions & dreams.
Jack has two murals within the FOMO precinct.
Rhyddid displays the story, through figurative components & an evocative poem, of notorious convict, bushranger & Fremantle prison escapee, Moondyne Joe. Completed in January 2022, the work was selected for its engaging interpretation of local history and its striking design that perfectly suits its high exposure location.
Bromell’s second work within the precinct is Blue Synthesis, a captivating, fictional reality. Its playful exploration of surrealism, colour & space was inspired by the identity of Fremantle as a calm & culturally stimulating area.
You can find Rhyddid at the intersection of Queen and High Street, Fremantle. Blue Synthesis can be found within the Tidal Lane food vendor precinct.