You can make a reservation via the following link http://www.thearthousehotel.com.au/what-is-on/portrait-artists-australia/
(Images of paintings by L-R Paul Newton, Rosa Fedele, Regina Hona)
Portrait Artists Australia – BOOK LAUNCH
Proudly presents 176 pages of stunning art works by Australia’s largest portrait association:
“THE ARTISTS’ BOOK – Portrait Artists Australia Ten Years.”
The Book Launch: Sunday 22nd April, 6.00pm – 7.15pm, Opening Speaker Louise Doyle, Director of the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra.
AN EXHIBITION OF SELECTED WORKS FROM THE ARTISTS’ BOOK
The Artists’ Dinner: Upstairs at The Dome Restaurant: 7.30pm – 10.00pm.
After the Book Launch, guests are invited to join the PAA artists for a raffle and live music, surrounded by selected works from The Artists’ Book.
Cost of Dinner: $80 per person – Includes elegant three course set menu and one drink on arrival.
Ticket sales close 12:00pm Friday 20th April.
Please be advised that guests will be seated on share tables of 8-12pax. Special seating requests are welcome and the ArtHouse will endeavor to accommodate where possible however, final seating arrangements will be at the managers discretion
Tamarind braised pork belly served with pickled radish, apple and watercress (GF)
Crayfish and leek ravioli served with lobster consommé
Salad of baby beetroot served with goats curd, toasted almonds, rocket and balsamic (GF,V)
Market fish served with smoky tomato jam, green beans and tarragon salsa
Grilled eye fillet of beef served with potato dumpling, portobello mushroom and mustard seed jus
Goatscheese souffle served with peperonatta, basil and olive tepenade (v)
Baked apple tart served with cinnamon ice-cream
Chocolate and raspberry gateau served with hazelnut ice-cream
A selection of Australian cheese served with house made lavosche and muscatels
One complimentary beverage from the below selection:
Chalk Hill Sparkling
Chalk Hill Blue Sauvignon Blanc Semillon
Chalk Hill Blue Shiraz Cabernet
The Book Launch dinner -The Dome Restaurant Arthouse Hotel, Pitt St Sydney, 2012