Tea and art

November 11, 2009 at 2:13 pm Leave a comment

Many years ago, we overnighted in Braidwood NSW on a mistaken assumption it was a large-ish town. It’s not, but it had fresh Devonshire Tea.

If you’re in the Southern Tablelands of NSW, why not pop into  Suzanne Bellamy‘s open day at her studio, from 27-29 November. Not only are her sculptures colourful, but she collaborates on art and text fusion projects (such as Unsettling The Land with Susan Hawthorne) which I, unexpectedly, found to be quite lovely.

Suzanne promises endless tea while you explore her studio, creek and environs.


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