A big thank you to Black Eligh who included a detail of "Life begins in an Okanagan Cherry Tree" in her fabulous Canadianparents.com blog, "The Daily Bite." I'm super honoured to share the link to her blog with you!
For the month of July, My paintings from the Okanagan and Turkey will be hanging in Cafe Nevermatters Cafe and Bistro at 340 Robinson Road Naramata.
Stop in for a coffee or a glass of wine and tell Angelo I said Hi!
(And while you are at it, check out the nicely decorated walls and bathrooms!)
Prints of "A Day at Elephant Island Winery" are also available through the Elephant Island Orchard Wines Tasting Room and Gift Shop.
A big thanks to MyNaramata for writing a small write up about my show at Cafe never Matters and how it related to Elephant Island as well. The article is below, but if you'd like to read the article at its original source, please click here.
Angelo Albano of Café Nevermatters helps artist Melanie Mehrer hang one of her series from Naramata life.
Melanie’s art will fill the café for the month of July. She’ll have many of her funky and whimsical pieces of local life and lore on the walls, as well as some of her work depicting life in Turkey, where she lived in 2009.
Angelo and Melanie are holding a recently finished piece title ‘A Day at Elephant Island.’
Melanie says she is inspired by the way the local winery supports many community and charitable programs and events. This acrylic ink drawing depicts Elephant Island’s crew in the process of making the winery's latest champagne, Pink Elephant.
Also, shown below is a piece featuring Angelo behind the café counter. Angelo says he loves featuring an eclectic mix of local artists on the walls of Cafe Nevermatters.