Art of Lunch | Gang Gang Gallery ‘Artful Alchemy’ Group Show | Kate Woolf Trio | SOLD OUT!

The Art of Lunch is a showcase for the extraordinary talents of our local artists, musicians and chefs.
Come along to Art of Lunch in September at Gang Gang Gallery. This month’s theme is ’Artful Alchemy and and exhibition with 5 featured artists. Kate Woolfe trio will reinterpret some classics from rock genre and deliver in a smooth sophisticated jazz format.
In harmony with the exhibition.Roy McVeigh, Head Chef of multi-award winning Darley’s Restaurant, has designed this Art of Lunch 3 course meal with his own highly creative spin on ‘Artful Alchemy’.
Date/Time
Date(s) - 29/09/2019
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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BOOK A TABLE at Gang Gang Gallery

To book from the limited available seating you can go to the Gang GAng Gallery website at the following link:

29th September | Gang Gang Gallery ‘Artful Alchemy’ Group Show | Kate Woolfe Trio 

or call Gang Gang Gallery on (02)0408514440 or emailinfo@gggallery.com.au

Let them know when booking about any special dietary requirements etc.

Roy McVeigh

In harmony with the exhibition.Roy McVeigh, Head Chef of multi-award winning Darley’s Restaurant, has designed this Art of Lunch menu with his own highly creative spin on ‘Artful Alchemy’.

McVeigh has a distinguished reputation of pushing boundaries in many high-end Sydney restaurants (including his own Dragoncello in Surry Hills) and international kitchens while retaining the standard of excellence only experienced in the finest restaurants

Artful Alchemy Group Show

In ancient times, alchemy was the magical transformation of base materials into precious metals, perfumes or elixirs of life. As well as observation and experimentation with minerals, plant and animal extracts, alchemists were also concerned with mystical symbols and spiritual enlightenment.
Today, Artful Alchemy is the virtuosity of an artist skilful with paints and brush, a musician bringing to life their voice and instruments, a chef’s masterpiece equally pleasing to the eye and tastebuds.

Gang Gang Gallery brings you a fully immersive Art of Lunch experience on Sunday 29 Septrember with Artful Alchemy. Five well-known artists present totally different perceptions of Blue Mountains environments, astonishing us with their originality and insight. It is intriguing how each artist’s vision and depiction of the natural environment is so distinctive. They all start off with the same materials – paints, brushes, canvas – and transform these base elements into artworks that evoke emotional, and sometimes spiritual or philosophical, responses.
Often painting ‘en plain air’, Jane Canfield’s tonal studies can capture the seasonal chill of winter, the mountain’s moody atmospherics or distant urbanscapes, discovering their essence in broad strokes rather than representational detail.
French-born and educated at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Nadege Lamy has immersed herself into the Australian environment, which she interprets through the prism of her French-Australian culture and interest in Asian philosophies. She aims to express the meditative, spiritual exchange that she experiences.

From her eyrie overlooking the Hawkesbury River, Mellissa Read-Divine uses expressionistic, immediate style to render vivid and spectacular large-scale paintings of river landscapes, flora and birdlife.
As a youth Ray Harrington frequented famous London galleries, drawing inspiration from Turner and French Impressionists. Since setting out in earnest on his creative path as a painter based at Blackheath, he has developed his own style of impressionism in oils with emphasis on light and colour.
Yaja Hadrys practices a different type of alchemy. She goes on seasonal gathering trips, collecting her Blue Mountains native plant materials – flowers, leaves, twigs, barks. She concocts bundles of carefully selected plants, tightly binds them in a cocoon of silk and steams the bundles in her ‘eucalyptus stews’ . When the silk fabric is released from its cocoon you see its amazing transformation into an echo of nature.

Kate Woolfe Trio

The Kate Woolfe Trio is thrilled to feature at splendid GANG GANG gallery, Lithgow for a special Art of Lunch event.
A special, acoustic jazz recital featuring exceptional pianist Tim Hans and the superb Dave Clayton on bass.
As always in collaboration with some of Sydney’s finest musicians, Kate renders an audacious repertoire, spanning the standards – including Ellington, Porter, Berlin and Gershwin – and remodelling classics in a fresh, lounge-style.

Book now from limited places:

29th September | Gang Gang Gallery ‘Artful Alchemy’ Group Show | Kate Woolfe Trio

$89.50 (includes alcohol)
SECURE YOUR SPOT TODAY
BOOKING 0408 514440
or email
info@gggallery.com.au
Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free options available on request.

The Art of Lunch is a showcase for the extraordinary talents of our local artists, musicians and chefs.

Join us for a delicious three-course themed lunch, while you meet a new artist who will introduce their works displayed within our dining room. Then, relax and enjoy a unique musical performance by our featured musician.

The Earthly Delights Events Team together with Gang Gang Gallery give you the ultimate gourmet and aesthetic experience with this superb sensory feast. Guests anticipate a delectable menu personally introduced by the chef – Executive Chef Roy McVeigh from Darley’s Restaurant and artworks by a selection of Contemporary Artists

 

Map:

Gang Gang Gallery

206 Main St, Lithgow NSW 2790