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Photographer Tracy Ponich. Mist, Retford Park. Giclée print on handmade Japanese paper (Washi).

Tracy Ponich. Mist, Retford Park.
Giclée print on handmade Japanese paper (Washi).

November 2018: The Art of Giving, Retford Park

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This is a collaborative exhibition with Retford Park Bowral NSW (National Trust of Australia). I’m joining over 20 artists, the Artists of the Round Yard Inc., in The Art of Giving. Together we’re honouring philanthropic acts supporting arts and culture, in particular the generosity of the late James Fairfax AC. Retford Park was his country home. Don’t miss the Artists of the Round Yard, or the chance to see the estate. It’s part of a month full of events, including a rare exhibition in the main house

National Trust of Australia (NSW) logoRetford Park

10 November-2 December 2018
Wednesday – Sunday
10am-4pm

* National Trust entry fee, includes gardens and gallery.

1325 Old South Road 
(Find it on Google Maps)
Bowral NSW 2576
02 4861 1933

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Everything has a footprint

I offset Feathermark Photography’s footprint with Australian certified carbon credits (Forests Alive, forest conservation projects). Through Feathermark, I’ve also funded the planting of 427 Australian natives through Trees For Life. I like to think of it as Feathermark’s forest. More creature habitat, more places to build a nest.

Feathermark is the first individual artist studio with Low Carbon Living Blue Mountains