Saturday, April 27, 2013

Annie's Market Wentworth

Awesome Autumn weather for Annie's market in Wentworth yesterday.

Wentworth is a small town in New South Wales,
built near the junction of the Murray and the Darling rivers.
About a 30 minute drive from Mildura.

The market was held at Artback Gallery/Cafe.


A beautiful place filled with amazing art.

Market day sees the verandas filled with tables of produce,

hand made clothes jewellery, chocolate.
Michael's favourite "Wool shed pantry" preserves and sauces

We bring our plants and olive oil,

and unscented olive oil soap.
Perfect for those who suffer with sensitive skin


I took the opportunity to show my pottery.

I sold some hand made buttons to a crafty woman for a project.

And a plate for a small eater.
Perfect brunch plates really.
These large red gum balls are on the front lawn
They are huge, interesting.


6 comments:

Sometimes Unwilling Guru said...

Oh that looks a wonderful day,no markets like that here,i picked up a nice piece of PIlliga Pottery while at Coonabarabran,love pottery especially the special ones

Linda Starr said...

What a great place to have a market already under cover so no tents needed, those gum balls are huge wow.

Caroline said...

I will have to check that out one weekend. Looks like a quality market.

Annie said...

Good name for a Market! Love your plant tags

Willow said...

Annie's,s Market Day looked like a lot of fun and what a nice display you had.

Georgia Harvey said...

Does that say $5 for your plates?? Don't sell yourself short, they look lovely!