Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2014 Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide
29 arts and culture | fleurieupeninsula.com.au Fine food, wine, tours, forums, artist talks, open days and parties complement the art displays, providing a full program of exciting activities for visitors to enjoy. For more information please visit www.artprize.com.au Just Add Water Following on from the success of the Regional Centre of Culture, the Just Add Water program continues to bring the creativity of South Australia’s best performing companies to the local community. The Just Add Water program showcases theatre, visual arts, master classes and innovated street art among other cultural activities. The program is run by the Alexandrina Council with support from Country Arts SA. Whether you just want to observe the free activities, book tickets to No. 58 Cellar Door & Gallery, Port Elliot Ask an artist. David Dridan David Dridan OAM, one of South Australia’s most eminent painters and co-founder of the Fleurieu Art Prize, welcomes you to travel through the wonderland that inspires him and a thriving community of Fleurieu aritsts to create inspirational artworks. "The Fleurieu means everything to me. It’s where I’ve chosen to call home, in Strathalbyn with my wife Sarah since 2004 and in Clarendon before that, and it’s the place that inspires me to keep working on a daily basis. I may be 82 years old now, but I wake each morning and look out the window with a sense of excitement about what to paint next. It’s been a delight for me to bring other artists into the area – John Olsen, Russell Drysdale, Barry Humphries – and take them to my favourite spots to paint and revel in the beauty of the region. It’s a place where an artist can access and work in the most magnificent settings. You can see the effects of this in my Clarendon Barrel Ends Collection – painted on oak wine barrel ends by 27 artists that I invited – which is now being exhibited permanently in the Bremerton Winery cellar door at Langhorne Creek. It makes complete sense for the Fleurieu to be an important hub for art; it’s where artists can live, work, and make a commercial success of their work. It’s a place where art lovers can come and see both galleries and the landscape – and make sense of it all." 1/9TH AD ARTWORX GALLERY & GIFTS 12 Hays Street, Goolwa Ph: (08) 8555 0949 Email: email@example.com www.artworxgallery.com.au The Fleurieu’s Finest Contemporary Art Gallery Situated in the heart of the Goolwa heritage precinct – Artworx features original contemporary art, jewellery, metal, glass and wood. Open 10:30am–4:30pm Thursday to Sunday and public holidays. 1/9TH AD 41 Woodcone Road, Mount Compass Ph: (08) 8556 8388 Mob: 0419 823 708 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.johnlacey.com.au OPEN MOST DAYS 11am–5pm • Impressionistic and contemporary landscapes • Original oils • High quality prints JOHN LACEY ARTIST STUDIO & GALLERY gallery studio live events or plan to take part in one of the many dynamic art events, find out more at www.visitalexandrina.com Antiques With more than 60 heritage-listed buildings and a history that dates back to 1839, Strathalbyn is South Australia’s antiques capital. Perched on the banks of Angas River, the town is full of shops specialising in antiques, collectables, arts and crafts. It has a rich Scottish history that can be seen in its old stone buildings. Visit in August for the popular Strathalbyn Collectors, Hobbies and Antique Fair. Historic buildings and antique shops can also be found in other towns such as Port Elliot, with buildings dating back to the 1840s, and the historic river port town of Goolwa.
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