Places that inspire…

Photographer Tracy Ponich: Vegetable Patch, Misty Sunday Morning at Everglades

Tracy Ponich: Vegetable Patch on a Misty Sunday Morning, Everglades Leura

An exhibition: Transitions, winter 2018

Through the seasons, across the years…Transitions is a photographic study of the magnificent National Trust property Everglades Historic House & Gardens. After exhibiting at the Everglades Gallery in Leura this May, Transitions is now travelling to the National Trust’s Retford Park in Bowral. Come and see one of the most beautiful locations in the Blue Mountains over four seasons. There is also a book, available now (contact Feathermark for a copy).

Experience two National Trust Properties at once

In 2016 Mr James Fairfax (AC) gifted his historic Retford Park home in the Southern Highlands to the National Trust of Australia. This was one of the largest single acts of philanthropy in the history of NSW. Visit the exhibition in the gallery on site, then stroll through the gardens and grounds of Retford Park. See a few of the photographic works here.

National Trust of Australia (NSW) logoVisit during Retford Park open days

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

Open: Saturdays & Sundays, 10am-4pm

  • 2 & 3 June
  • 30 June & 1 July
  • 4 & 5 August

(* National Trust entry fee, includes gardens and gallery.)

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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 417 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