The artist is on a quest to create an iconic art piece that will forever define a night in Brisbane.

Art gallery Glidden painted the walls of its Brisbane gallery with a special kind of paint.

Artwork for the gallery is based on the Glidden Art Museum, which is located in a former textile mill and was the first of its kind in the state.

The Glidden Museum’s collection includes artworks by a number of Brisbane’s great artists, including Mark Korton, Robert Nesbitt and David McEwan.

“I wanted to give the glidden a bit of a bit more personality and bring it into the world,” Ms Bremner said.

“It’s something I’ve wanted to do since I was a child, but it’s never been done.”

Ms Bremler is an artist herself.

She studied in Melbourne and New York and had been working in the gallery business for 10 years before moving to Brisbane.

She said she was always keen to explore the art world.

“There’s something about the culture of art that has such a strong link to culture, and you don’t always have a place to put it,” she said.

The artist said she had been looking for a place where she could display her work in a safe and secure way.

“To be honest, I don’t think I’ve ever had a gallery that had a safe space for me to be in,” she explained.

Ms Bremin said the walls in the Glided Paint gallery were painted on a wood floor with special materials such as black chalk, copper and bronze.

She is hoping to attract a crowd and will be painting the walls for several months.

The gallery is looking to host a gallery exhibition in December.

“We’ll have some of the artists that we’ve painted on the walls and we’ll have the public that can go to see it and come back and see how they like it,” Ms Brimer said.

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