Artists have grape expectations for Orange Wine Festival exhibition

CREATIVE: Artist Beverley Duncan works on her painting to be shown as part of the Orange Wine Festival Exhibition. Photo: ANDREW MURRAY1006amart16761
CREATIVE: Artist Beverley Duncan works on her painting to be shown as part of the Orange Wine Festival Exhibition. Photo: ANDREW MURRAY1006amart16761

There is much more to the Orange Wine Festival than tasting some fine wines.

The crew at the Colour City Creatives Art Gallery and studios at the Barracks in Peisley Street will be throwing open their doors from 10am on Saturday to showcase their works.

Their exhibition, titled Terroir, focuses on presenting landscapes of winemaking country.

Artist Beverley Duncan said it was an exciting event.

“It is always a challenge,” she said.

She has been preparing her work in a studio at the Barracks for about six weeks.

“The Barracks is a fantastic set up.

“The whole concept is really excellent.

“There is always some sort of buzz going on,” she said.

Terroir will be officially opened at 6pm on Saturday.

It will be open from 10am-4pm daily throughout the Wine Festival which runs until October 22.

You can buy the works and also vote for your favourite work to win the People’s Choice prize.

There will also be a group contemporary exhibition.