That's Annabelle with the Evelyn Downs ute above, at Paracombe Winery.
Opening on Sunday 17th January at 2PM, the exhibition includes works from a cream of the crop of local artists and some from much further afield, like our old friend and trusty shotgun rider, the Melbourne-based Ian de Gruchy, below in his studio with Annabelle in 2012.
Annabelle with Sally Wickes' 'All In One' at Greg Johns' mind-blowing sculpture farm, overlooking the Murray Mallee on Palmer Hill.
Pattern will hang at Signal Point until March 6th, and will include many buzzy works which will enhance the walls of homes, wineries and tasting rooms alike. Book a lunch table at Olaf The Owner's temple of local seafood, Café Bombora on Cockle Beach and take your plastic along to Goolwa on the 17th. It'll be a fair dinkum who's who.
Exhibiting artists include Helen Fuller, de Gruchy, Megan O'Hara, Cathy Gray, George Andric, Indigenue Gallery, Bruce Nuske, Ann Newmatch, Polly Hollyoak, Michael Tyre, Yasmin Grass, Russell Leonard with Brad Moore, Kasper Shmidt Mumm, Kerry Youde, Kari Bienert and Annabelle her own fair self.
Annabelle launching a previous exhibition at Signal Point, above. That's Hindmarsh Island in the background ... all photographs by Philip White .. click images to big 'em up.