Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Wynnum Up Late!

Everyone is talking about...

.... well at least all the locals are!

'Vintage items, jewellery and small art pieces will be some of the treasurers on offer at next week’s Wynnum Up Late event.  After a successful inaugural event in March, more than a dozen craft and boutique stores in Wynnum’s CBD will open for evening trade on Thursday, June 16 from 5pm until 8pm'. 1. Last week I took more paintings to The Collective Store and Mason and Daughter for this event.

The Collective Store

Picture this footpath at night time, filled with lots of people checking out the artisan pop-up stalls, the live music from a local jazz duo and the fashion parade on the footpath! 


Now imagine wondering inside to check out all the beautiful handmade goodies in store. Here are some inside shots of the store and my artwork. Notice the beautiful clothes by Wind and Water Designs?



Mason and Daughter

Now imagine this lane way at night all lit up and packed with a suitcase rummage...

....And the gallery packed with art and  live entertainment!

Below is some of my artwork, there will be more on display on the night, check out my album on Facebook to see which works have been sent to the gallery for hanging.

'Other businesses are hosting Indigenous Storytime for your little ones, craft demos, hair styling demos, goodie bags, artist talks and just general fun, fun, fun! The Olive Cafe will be open for delicious coffee and homemade cake too. Come along, have a glass of bubbles and enjoy the night!' 2.

Awesome muffin from the Olive Cafe

Here is a list and map of the stores involved:

Imagine yourself coming along? 
Don't just imagine, come along,
(that's if you are close enough).

Write it in your diary
and invite your friends and family too,
it should be an FUN night!

For more information visit:

1. http://wynnum-herald.whereilive.com.au/lifestyle/story/retailers-to-stay-up-late/
2. http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=132937043449187

Have a fun week all!

Amended: Imagine no more, see photos of the night here: 

Come visit me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tracey.potter.artist

1 comment:

  1. I loved this event so much... and loved seeing your work in the flesh. It was great to see Wynnum invigorated and so many supporting the event. Can't wait for the next one!