SA Artists Take Over Bremerton Wines This Winter

Photo: John Krüger

The picturesque Bremerton Wines will be hosting two art exhibitions from May to August, Views by Adelaide artist Hugh Adamson and South Australia in Watercolour by Denis Noble, as part of the South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA).

The Views exhibition will showcase a collection of smaller land and seascape pieces and tour Hugh’s relationship with First Nations People. Through the exploration of techniques and topics, Hugh has won prizes at the City of Marion Community Art Exhibition, winning first place and People’s Choice for Chess Set and the Yorke Peninsula Art Exhibition, winning People’s Choice for Maintenance Crew

Participating in his seventh SALA exhibition and his third time at Bremerton Wines, Denis Noble will showcase his extensive painting and exhibiting experience. SALA is a statewide festival, running since 1998, to endorse and commend visual artists. Denis’ adoration for drawing developed into a preferred watercolour style today, which will be on show during August. 

Make a day out of your trip to Bremerton Wines. Enjoy a delicious lunch in the cellar door and sample some of Bremerton’s premium wines and small-batch gin.

Hugh Adamson – Views

When: 1 May – 30 June

Hours: Daily 10am to 5pm

SALA, Denis Noble – South Australia in Watercolour

When: 1 August – 31 August

Hours: Daily 10am to 5pm

Where: Bremerton Wines, 14 Kent Town Road, Langhorne Creek 
908 8537 3093