Thursday, December 15, 2011
To all our patrons, collectors, art and food lovers,
Jayes Gallery, Sculpture Gardens & Cafe
wish you all
During 2011, the management and staff at Jayes were pleased to see that all our customers continued to support the gallery, artists and sculptors with good attendances at most of the opening nights! A musical special event featuring Josephine Jagger-Manners, Michael Caulfield & Ray Vanderby provided a highlight of the Autumn calendar, the Third Dimension - annual sculpture event is still on and solo shows with many of our regular stable and new artists were a feature each month.
It's been a year of changes with Grant Smith, our Chef leaving the cafe to start a new career and the cafe has a new menu now featuring the recipes of the region's finest chefs. We look forward to seeing you in the New Year as we have a wonderful calendar of solo shows, sculptors and ceramicists already booked for 2012. It is promising to be an incredible year for Jayes.
In a time when many collectors are abandoning the city galleries, Jayes continues to provide a superb alternative as most of our stable of artists are also represented in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra galleries and we continue to complement these with exciting new and emerging artists. What you save on commissions by buying in the 'bush', you can spend on having a restful weekend in rural Oz at one of our fabulous BnB's along with visits to the region 's many wineries.
Cabonne Country is a vast region of some 6,021 square kms with some of NSW's finest wineries, excellent cafes, several National Parks and goldfields to explore. The Villages of Cabonne Country have several golf courses, shady parks and public swimming pools for you to enjoy as you drive through this beautiful landscape.
The Villages of Cabonne Country are known for their welcoming smiles: they are Canowindra, Cargo, Cudal, Cumnock, Eugowra, Manildra, Molong & Yeoval. Each has it's own individual character and there are many hamlets to explore as well. For a 'real village experience', you can't beat Cabonne Country.