Adelaide Hills Visitor Guide : 2016 2017 Adelaide Hills Visitor Guide
35 Visit DECOR DREAMS and surround yourself with beautiful oil paintings filled with colour and textures of stunning land- scapes, seascapes, vibrant traditional and modern florals, strik- ing abstracts and breathtaking black & white artwork. With an ambience of relaxation, choosing art is a pleasurable experi- ence at Decor Dreams. Home Viewings, we bring the artwork to you. Commission Orders, your own creation turned into a masterpiece. Call in we may have just what you’re looking for. FREE DELIVERY AUSTRALIA & WORLDWIDE Decor Dreams Art Gallery 49 Mount Barker Road (Main Street) HAHNDORF SA 5245 Ph: 08 8121 4415 Mobile: 0401 129 646 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.decordreams.com.au OPEN 7 DAYS 9.30 to 5.30 incl. Public Holiday the arts | adelaidehills.org.au SEE MAP ON PAGE 28 FOR SCULPTURE SITES. The Cedars – Hahndorf. • The estate of the artist Hans Heysen • One of the nation’s most significant artistic treasures • Comprising residence, studio, gardens and property • Open for viewing six days a week 10am–4:30pm, closed Mondays only Contact for tour details: Heysen Road, Hahndorf Ph: (08) 8388 7277 www.hansheysen.com.au THE CEDARS HANS HEYSEN’S RESIDENCE AND STUDIO The Gawler Street Art Trail is a guided walk to view local art work exhibited (and available for sale) by traders in Mount Barker's historic Gawler Street. Jonathan Art Centre with its gallery, studio, café, and bed and breakfast in Dawesley offers art workshops, painting courses and parties. Looking for Aboriginal art? There is an excellent selection at The Aboriginal Art House in Hahndorf. The Bukartilla and Tineriba Gallery, also in Hahndorf, displays tribal art from Australia, Africa, Oceania and Papua New Guinea plus work by contemporary Aboriginal artists. Fans of modern sculpture should follow the Hills Sculpture Trail. For a detailed map, visit www.adelaidehillssculpture.com.au. These sculptures were made by sculptors who travelled to the region from around the world for the Adelaide Hills Sculpture Symposium held in 2012, 2014 and 2016. Wineries, restaurants and cafés around the region embrace the arts, with many featuring local work for sale or holding exhibitions. Bird in Hand, Artwine, Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard, Longview Vineyard, Barristers Block Wines and Sinclair's Gully are some wineries that are known for their connection with local artists. The Ngeringa Concert Hall, part of the Ngeringa Arts Cultural Centre at Mount Barker, hosts a series of concerts every year showcasing leading national and international musicians. The new 200 seat auditorium is one of Australia's finest chamber music venues with its impressive visual and acoustic design.