Kids Art Workshop with Sally Heinrich

Kids Art Workshop with Sally Heinrich

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  Public Events
Location
Fox Creek Wines Cellar Door, 90 Malpas Road, McLaren Vale, South Australia 5171
Date
Sunday, March 4, 2018 at 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Duration
  3 hours
Details

Bring your family and friends, while your kids are entertained why not enjoy a glass of wine and some delicious wood-fired pizzas.

Join Sally in making a simple relief printing block and use it to makes your own prints to take home. Or take away your own crayon rubbing from one of the lino blocks used to create One Step at a Time. Only $5. No need to book visit anytime between 12 -3 pm to create your masterpiece.

    

There really is nothing as intoxicating as the aroma of burning hardwood and melting cheese. Adelaide Woodfire Pizza will be available from 12pm.

Menu Options

  • Simple double smoked ham and mozzarella $10
  • Double smoked ham and pineapple $12
  • Old school pepperoni $10
  • Red wine and garlic salami with kalamata olives and chilli flakes $15
  • Fresh basil Margherita $10
  • Sautéed field mushrooms with goats feta and fresh thyme $12

Eftpos and gluten-free bases available.
All pizzas are approx 10 inch and made with mozzarella and a tomato base.

 

About Sally Heinrich

Recent works by Sally Heinrich featuring watercolour and pencil illustrations from Sally’s new picture book, ‘Papa Sky’. Papa Sky sits where earth meets sky until one night the wind blows him down, down, down through the cloud forest. What will happen next? Who will help him? Accompanied by an assorted selection of recent doodles and hand-coloured lino prints, on themes ranging from love to breakfast. Sally will be conducting some workshops for children during her exhibition.

Sally Heinrich is a writer, illustrator and printmaker, who has published and exhibited widely in Australia and Asia. Sally has illustrated more than forty books as well as writing and illustrating her own picture books and novels and a series of non-fiction books about various Asian countries.

Her work has been recognised through fellowships from the Asialink Foundation, The Ian Reed Foundation, The May Gibbs Children’s Literature Trust, Varuna-the Writer’s Centre and Arts SA.