it's tea time


The Tea Party is exactly that. An exhibition where the table is set, the cupcakes and cucumber sandwhiches are made and 14 guests (in this case artists) have been invited to create little works of wonder for this really intriguing fashion accessories show.

Don't be fooled by the locale. Hoity toity Sth Melbourne is not always our cuppa tea either but Gallery M, tucked in a laneway behind Coventry St, has swung open its doors to host this clever group show and it is well worth a looksee.

We were most impressed with the work of local jewellers Emma Grace and Jasmina Krupic

The jewels Lauren Ferry of were almost good enough to eat and had a gorgeous Alice in Wonderland feel to them.

and who is this Kane Greenhatch and where can we find more of his work?

The centrepiece was by local bakers 'Let Them Eat Cake' which we must confess we did
with a nice cup of English breakfast...compliments of the Tea Party.

The Tea Party on til August 20 Tuesday-Sunday 10-4.
Gallery M
1 Hotham Street South Melbourne


Shula said...

What a beautiful idea.

Surfaced from the Film Festival, I see.

Ramona said...

Dear Shula - yes we are quite bleary eyed.But we must tell you that 'Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna' - despite not being in the festival -was the best film we saw all week! All three and a half hours of it (phew). Now screening at Hoyts, pack a lunch- it's quite an epic!

Beck said...

hey shula,
yes we have returned to the real world, tired, a little dazed and confused blinking into the daylight... and I have to agree with Ramona KANK was an absolute delight!

Anonymous said...

Loved everything about the exhabition, great work!

ness said...

Hey - Looks like it was fun!
Kane Greenhatch is a local Melbourne artist working out of the Nicholas Building!