Jayes Gallery, Sculpture Garden, Gift Shop and Picture Framing is located in the historic town of Molong nestled in the Orange Wine Region just 20 minutes drive from the city of Orange in Central West NSW.
Jayes features a wide range of contemporary art, it’s a must see destination in the region.
A wonderful exhibition of new works from Jane Tonks opens on Sunday 5th July at 12 noon.
The exhibition will be opened by Brad Hammond.
Following the opening stay on for lunch with Jane at 1pm. Bookings essential for luncheon for catering purposes.
In Jane's words
‘Elevation’ is a word of many meanings. It not only refers
to the physical height of the mountain, or the emotional high of an elevated
mood when you experience being at one with nature, it also brings forward the
concept that nature elevates us to a higher spiritual plane….one where we are
no longer masters of our environment, but rather an integral and harmonious
part of nature where all things connect in a universal language.
This landscape of rugged terrain, twisted snowgums, alpine wildflower
heath and crisp mountain air connects me to my ‘sense of place’ as a
non-indigenous woman of the Wiradjuri landscape.Although my skin is white, my spirit is black
and green, as I too belong to ‘country’.
We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery on the 5th.
Be transported back to New York of the 1930’s with an intimate dinner and jazz recital by highly respected singer Rachel Thoms and band – ‘The Here and Now’.
The room has seating for just fifty, which ensures that every listener is close to the action, so organise your party and book early to avoid disappointment.
Candlelit tables, plush velvet to create a real jazz vibe. Jayes will also serve a 4 course supper the perfect complement to classic jazz.
Limited space so book now to avoid disappointment. Tickets $95 available online or contact the gallery on 02 63669093. * Ticket sales close 25th May for catering purposes.
RACHEL THOMS – ‘THE HERE AND NOW’
“These guys exude musical maturity through depth of perception and communicative ability... It's sweet, unassuming and just plain right.” — Canberra Jazz, canberrajazz.net
“When I first heard Rachael I was struck by an ethereal quality in her voice. She is at the age now where her tone is rich, her skills highly polished, and now with a delicate touch of soulfulness.” — Vince Jones, Australian jazz legend