Sunday 9 September 2018

Exhibition: Bigger and Better Small Things

Exhibition flyer including show details and pictures of a jug with a pumpkin and a wooden elephant with a banana.

The Small Things painting show returns to Rosebery Hill for another season during the 2018 Kyneton Daffodil and Arts Festival, and this time it's bigger and better than ever.  At least, I can objectively say it's bigger as the show will comprise the greatest surface area I've yet to exhibit, with some artworks up to four inches longer and wider.  This is a never-to-be-repeated offer, notwithstanding the fact that I'll be pretty much repeating myself for the fourth year in a row and will doubtless do so again.

But wait, there's more!  The show will be held in conjunction with my parents' open garden.  In the tradition of never-to-be-repeated offers, here's what I wrote about the garden last year:

The garden at Rosebery Hill has been aptly described as a place where nature has triumphed over human endeavour, and whilst its varied collection of trees are best viewed during autumn months, there's more than enough to keep the most apathetic botanist entertained, not to mention crowds upon hosts of daffodils (golden and otherwise).*

Where can I view this prosperous partnership of paintings and perennials? I hear you think.  Well, I'm glad you thought:

Friday 31st August - Sunday 9th September 2018
10am - 4pm daily

The Shearing Shed
Rosebery Hill
156 Pipers Creek-Pastoria Road
Pipers Creek 3444

I'll be in attendance during weekends, so please let me know if you're planning to visit and I'll be sure to be on hand to pontificate about the artwork.

* Seasonal variance may apply

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