Opening at Ivy Hill…

3 02 2013

The Gang skipped across to Ivy Hill yesterday evening for the latest offering.

Lots of peeps – and so nice to see a broader crowd (a swag of Merimbula cognoscenti in the mix.)

Latest Exhibition Ivy Hill Gallery

Vicki

Mark and Michelle

Karen, Megsie and Carolyn

 

All good. And we have to say that Carolyn does a seriously superior Sangria. Can’t remember when we last had such a good one – loved it, big time.





Drinkies on Saturday…

27 11 2012





Kicking off the cultural rounds in 2012…

10 01 2012

It was that time of year again; the cultural launch of the year at Ivy Hill and Narek…and, of course, that great Wapengo summer delight, Artie’s b’day partay. We literally sprinted through the galleries, we must confess, and it was essentially a social evening (the tail-end of our silly season, actually.)

 

 

Shockingly lazy of us, we know. But we were, essentially, still on holz.

So apologies to the artists (whose work we do admire greatly, and it was particularly wonderful to catch up with Beth) but for further edification you’ll have to go here and here.

We did the rounds and then bolted straight back to Artie’s for a serious fall-about…and completely ran out of snapping verve at the party itself – simply not enough hands to cope with more than the wining and dining (it’s always such a grande bouffe, as you know) –  so no discriminating photos this year. Which no doubt will come as a great relief to the general throng. But we can reveal that it was, as ever, a most enjoyable night; we slept it off in the boat shed, broke the fast en plein air and wandered across to Paradise before rounding off the day with fush’n’chups at Bermi (no room, alas, for gelato.) Same old, same old.

 

 

Early snaps here.





Ivy Hill opening…

9 05 2011

The Gang was at the Ivy Hill opening on Saturday evening, along with what seemed to be the entire population of Tanja/Wapengo…

Plenty of goodies on offer.

 [Luckily the Gang's favourite work in the show was already sold, so we didn't have to go through the excrutiating will we/won't weez – especially as we now view everything in terms of the percentage of an airfare to Myanmar!!   n(Ed)]

For info regarding exhibition dates etc, go here.





Next weekend at Ivy Hill…

2 05 2011





Next opening at Ivy Hill…

28 03 2011

Coming up on Saturday…

The Gang will be in Adelaide, unfortunately, but we’ll check it out before it comes down.





Sculpture on the Edge 2011…

21 03 2011

(2 weeks ago)

We’re going to fast track through the kultural happenings of a fortnight ago. The Gang had decided to sandwich the Sculpture on the Edge and Ivy Hill openings into a convenient overnighter at Paradise, camping with Granny and the mob (Minnie, Harijs, Clairie, Keithie, Marcus, Trish & Artie.)

Blustery weather at Bermi discouraged lingering, turning the Friday evening event into a fast trot. There was the inevitable Ned…

…an astonishing horsey piece…

…3D rendered 2D by Trev and Dinah…

…and much more besides.

We didn’t get down to the flat (where Suzi and Andy’s camel was) or to the small sculpture show in the Hall – too busy doing the quick press of the flesh in the lee of the wind… And then fush’n chups called. We’d arrived too late for gelati (the price of being the passenger, alas) so it was an evening of fleeting regrets all round. 

There followed a lovely night of chat and beverage around the campfire, a Keithie brekky…

…lots of things uniquely Wapengo…

…including a swim followed by a nice long walk and a late’n lazy lunch of Cobargo snags. Noice.

We then managed to stuff up somewhat with the Ivy Hill opening – arriving a good hour and a half before the punters…

Ah well. We did a quick round regardless – sweet show, and on for another week for those in the vicinity.

We arrived back at the hideout much earlier than expected, only to find the Wyndham version of dog day afternoon…

Gotta love ‘em.

Other things wot caught our eye here.








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