Art & Design

Margaret River’s First Ever Floral Art Installation Is Happening This Month

By Anna Franklyn
6th Apr 2018

If you're from Perth and you have any interest in flowers and floristry, I'm guessing you already know how amazing Rebecca Grace of Natural Art Flowers is—if you haven't seen her work then let's just say you're missing out. 

Lucky for you, Howard Park Wines will be hosting the first ever floral installation in the Margaret River region at their cellar door from Thursday 12 April, so you might want to book in a sneaky road trip down south in the next few weeks.

It's going to be there for about two months, and as you'd expect with anything flora related, it will change over time. Word on the street is that we are in for a few surprises—maybe you'll need a couple of trips down south in that case?

If the prospect of flowers hanging from the ceiling isn't enough to entice you down to Margaret River, Howard Park will also be hosting local artist Mirella Prolongeau, who will be doing live painting at the cellar door as part of the Margaret River Region Open Studios from 28 April to 13 May.

Oh, and did we mention the cellar door building was awarded by the Royal Institute of Architects in 2000 AND named one of Australia’s top 12 buildings by the Sydney Morning Herald, plus the wine isn't half bad either!

The Details

What: Flora Suspended
Where: Howard Park Wines
When: From Thursday 12 April
Get more info here

While you're down there, here are all the other Margaret River wineries you should have been to.

Image credit: Yaseera Moose

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