A freelance writer and traveller who likes to explore the spiritual, literary and hidden gems of Adelaide and beyond.
What a feast of artistic and culinary arts
Studio 613 on the Range is a pop up gallery for SALA. It showcases several diverse artists in a wonderfully rustic setting on the range near Willunga. The art works feature abstract and the natural world, a window of whimsy and creativity.
The little studio has works by Anna and Sarah Wood, photography by Sabine Verhack and Tristan March plus Sue Caporn-March's textiles. The studio is set in the terrific sprawling garden of Sue and Doug, the gallery owners.
The little studio has a lovely country vibe with views to the garden, which is another work of art. Pip Coogan of The Vegan Catering Company, is catering with her delicious risotto and lasagne to die for, accompanied by mixed salad from Bickleigh Farm and tomatoes from Tobalong. There is Villere coffee with honeysmacks, from the goodness goddess and vanilla slices from the Whole Grain Bakery, Mclaren Flat. It's a feast of culinary delights.
The pop up gallery and food venue is proving very popular, with over 40 people through the doors on the Saturday I attended. The gallery and food is homegrown and very welcoming. All are a much needed respite from the mass produced images and media we are usually provided with.
The gallery is at 613 Range Road and signs are out. It is worth travelling off the beaten track to get to. Please note this pop up gallery is only open on Saturdays and Sundays in August 2015 for SALA 10am to 4pm.