The Hallett Gallery, SA - a surprising art & cultural stopover- Information: Sir Hubert Wilkins' Cottage, Ulooloo gold fields, Dares Hill & Ketchowla.
Why visit Hallett?
The beautiful backdrop of the Razorback ranges, and mystical Mount Bryan, site of an Indigenous massacre and home to Australia's most significant gum tree, the 4,000 year old Eucapyptus Globulus, spp bicostata.
Bird life: There are the character-filled apostle birds who make pets of Hallett residents, a range of ecosystems an easy drive away, gold fields, and the historic Wilkins cottage.
Gallery and the local coffee and craft shop with its fantastic display of local craft and produce.
Visit the Hallett Olde School Gallery , a magnificent bluestone 1890's school which was the former Hallett Primary School, home to four ghosts, and is set in a garden based on biodynamic practice and medicinal herbs. Some herbs are for sale.
Felicity (Bachelor of Behioural Science (Psychology): Hons) is a national art prize winner and an internationally recognised Tarot and hand reader
The hand reflects much of our genetic heritage and the biopsychsocial journey of our life. Tarot on the other hand is a fascinating way of getting in contact with your right-side brain, home to more insights than is possible in the rational everyday world. Readings: a combined hand and tarot reading exploring your Indivisible Self- $40. Please phone to book (08)88942284 or M: 0419 768384.
The gallery hosts 2D artworks and installations by Felicity Martin and well known South Australian artists including Donald Richardson, Gordon Harrell (dec), Pamela Kouwenhoven (dec), Sue Hatch, Mary Clock Clark & Bernadette Van Eyk, Helen Lyons & quilter Joy O'Brien .
Art classes and Tarot and Palmistry Workshops: There are workshops run throughout the year on drawing subject to demand.
Learn about your life journey, life challenges, potentials through your hands and tarot. Felicity is an international reader with Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) and is currently doing her Masters in Neuroscience and Psychology through King's College London.
Occasional overnight weekend workshops are available if you wish to have an extended metaphysical journey- and if you are prepared to risk an encounter with our resident ghosts.
Explore the history of Felicity's former family-owned Ketchowla Station, Wilkins' cottage and Dare's Hill via restored photos, including learning about local attractions such as the Piltimittiialpa ruins and ancient rock art and landforms in our area.
|Address||Lot 64 John Street
Gallery Opening hours
|Tuesday-Thursday||12.00 - 4.00pm|
|Sunday||12.00pm - 4.00pm|
Or phone to see if we are home - will open if pos