Award-winning artist puts Marrickville warehouse conversion on the market

Award-winning artist puts Marrickville warehouse conversion on the market
Award-winning artist puts Marrickville warehouse conversion on the market

Award-winning artist Nigel Sense and his wife, the designer, Monica Lawrie have listed their Marrickville warehouse conversion. 

They've completely renovated and extended the property since paying $380,000 in 2010.

The old store front is now Sense's studio.

It has a $1.15 million guide through McGrath inner west agent Adrian Tsavalas, who sold the property eight years ago. He's set an April 28 auction.

Marketed as a residential and commercial property, the two level residence has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a rear entertaining terrace.

Sense, a graduate from the University of Wollongong, is a neo-expressionist artist and has had his work featured in a number of group exhibitions throughout Australia and Sri Lanka.

He draws inspiration from the American abstract expressionists and pop artists of the 1960s.

One of his most popular exhibition's, Art is Lettuce, features a painting of Olympic swim legend Ian Thorpe titled 'Used to like Thorpey but now like beer'.

Lawrie is the art director at Bench Creative in Newtown.

Thus article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

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