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Sacred Moon Gallery - Deans Marsh

What an inspiring and magical month we have had at the Sacred Moon Gallery over April!

The gallery has had yet another makeover with artwork selling quicker than we can display it. Recent additions include Lucy, a corrugated cow, local jewellery to suit every price range and style, ceramic wall reliefs, luscious cushions and wearable textiles, plus plenty more to keep you occupied for hours over a glass of wine or a cup of coffee.

The studio/gallery space then may be hired for solo/group exhibitions, workshops, classes, rehearsals etc.

Studio - Baiba Lowther

Baiba Lowther, studio potter, has officially moved in to her studio at Sacred Moon. Baiba will be creating her remarkable ceramics, running workshops and generally adding yet another cultural edge to our venue.

Soirees - Red Angel

Sacred Moon Gallery will host a series of salubrious soirees, presented by Red Angel, a small professional catering team specialising in boutique cultural events. This four-course set-banquet featuring regional produce and wines presented in the gallery ambience has proved to be an event to book quickly for. Limited seats are available for each soiree. Anther is being planned for early May. $100 per head, enquires 0421 131 535.


Art Markets at Sacred Moon - first Sunday of every month, starts 1 May 2005, interested stall holders must contact the gallery prior to the market.
Time: Fri-Sun 10am-5pm
Venue: Sacred Moon Gallery
Old Church Building, Pennyroyal Valley Road, Deans Marsh
Contact: (03) 5236 3309.

Sacred Moon Gallery
Old Church building, Pennyroyal Valley Rd, Deans Marsh
Phone: (03) 5236 3309

How to get here:
Deans Marsh is in the Otways inland from Lorne.

From Lorne:
20mins inland on the Lorne Rd.

From Geelong:
Head out of Geelong through Waurn Ponds on the Colac Highway. You can take the Moriac turn off to the Cape Otway Rd. or go thru Winchelsea and take the Bambra / DeansMarsh Rd. It's up to you.

From Torquay:
You can head into Geelong and out through Waurn Ponds or

There's a backway down Forest Rd (just before you get to Angelsea on the Anglesea Rd) which takes you down Layards Rd. through to the Cape Otway Rd. I strongly recommend consulting a better map before embarking on this one.

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