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PROOF TO KERRY
Carrington' s of Loch Village
Antiques and Collectables
Open 7 days a week 10am-5pm
40 Victoria St, Loch, 3945 phone: 5659 4215 carringtons.com.au
50% off furniture sale including
Free freight to Melbourne
230 Ruby-Fairbank Road FAIRBANK 0421 339 575
‘Wings in Autumn’
Open daily 11am - 5pm
51 Commercial Street, KORUMBURRA
0418 554 267
Hours: Mon-Fri 9.30am-4.30pm, Sat 9am-1pm
Closed Good Friday & Easter Sunday
AUTUMN SALE ON SELECTED ITEMS
EMILY Koenders is hosting a magnificent art
exhibition, ‘Wings in Autumn’, from April 8 to
30, open daily from 11am to 5pm.
A visit to this hilltop paradise will guarantee
you an amazing experience.
Delight in the beautiful gardens, a palette of
colour in their autumn glory, as you meander
through the maple avenue leading to the newly
established French parterre garden with its
magnificent fountain and extensive hedging.
A slice of heaven on earth to inspire an artist
throughout her journey, and many of the variet-
ies of birds depicted in Emily’s works also call
her gardens home.
Eastern Spinebills, Scarlet Robins, Blue
Wrens, Red Browed Finches, Kookaburras and
King Parrots to name but a few, not to mention
the majestic raptors such as Peregrine Falcons,
Nankeen Kestrels and Wedge- tailed Eagles cir-
Recent exhibitions at the gallery have left visi-
Where else in the world can you admire ex-
quisite wildlife art, while surrounded by ba-
roque architecture, set against a backdrop of
panoramic views stretching as far as Wilsons
Of special significance is that visitors can ob-
serve the artist in her place of work, as the gal-
lery incorporates a fully functioning studio.
Emily’s art career commenced at only 14
years of age when she decided her life’s calling
was to be an artist, claiming she was “born on
Amazingly, many years later, a discovery es-
tablished a family connection between her and
the famous Dutch master, Vincent van Gogh.
Knowing that she is related to the brilliant
painter has inspired her to work with even
greater passion and depth and in part, it has
answered a yearning she has had for where her
Emily’s artworks are an achievement from
more than 25 years of study, in which she has
spent countless hours in nature.
In particular, she has studied the most me-
ticulous details of the intriguing world of orni-
thology and is fascinated by every speckle, fleck
and splash of colour which adorns birdlife.
Emily’s style showcases her wonderful capac-
ity to utilise light and form to create unique ef-
fects, with her works being executed in several
mediums ranging from gouache and waterco-
lour to pencil and pastel.
Emily has won many awards, including Vic-
tor Harbour, South Australia; and in Victoria at
Leongatha, Korumburra, Bayswater, Box Hill,
Bellarine Peninsula, and Chirnside Park Art
Her work is highly sought after and is in both
private and corporate collections here and
overseas and many noted clients are proud to
call her work theirs.
Emily also paints commissions – special re-
quests of your very own can become immortal-
ised in a beautiful painting, an heirloom in your
family, for many generations to enjoy.
The Emily Koenders Art Gallery is located
on the Ruby-Fairbank Road and can be ap-
proached either from the South Gippsland
Highway at the large brown tourist signs (Ruby
turn off); alternatively, take the Wild Dog Valley
Road (past Murray Goulburn towards Fairbank
and Leongatha North) then left into Fairbank
Road and left again at Ruby–Fairbank Road.
The gallery is the second property on the left.
For enquiries, please contact Emily Koenders
Art Gallery, 230 Ruby-Fairbank Road, Fairbank.
Find ‘Emily Koenders Art Gallery’ on Face-
book of phone for directions on 0421 339 575.
CARRINGTON’S of Loch Village stands out on the
main street, with a beautiful garden and red and
white bike out the front.
The stunning store is filled with dining tables
and chairs, chests of drawers, china and other
“Furniture has its own individuality about it, it’s
been built by somebody,” owner Grahame Hastie
His annual Easter clearance sale has arrived,
which means it’s the perfect time to choose an item
and have it delivered in the following days, with
free delivery within 100km.
Hanging on the walls are varieties of clocks and
artworks, perfect for a blank wall at home.
It’s obvious Mr Hastie appreciates his collection,
always ensuring it’s clean and tidy. He maintains
the garden out the front himself and wouldn’t have
it any other way.
“Loch is one of those wonderful spots, it’s just
got a lovely space about it,” Mr Hastie said.
Located on the main street, Carrington’s of Loch
Village is open seven days, 9am to 5pm.
Loch’s antique Easter sale
Carrington’s of Loch Village owner Grahame
Hastie has been working in the Loch store for
13 years. mm101417
Wings in Autumn
Emily Koenders believes nature is perfection. She works in all mediums to capture the magic.
SIMPLY White in Korumburra will be having an
autumn sale, displaying its eclectic mix of old and
Specialising in lace and textiles, the shop has an
array of dinner sets, jewellery, mirrors, artwork
Customers are saying they’ve never seen some-
thing like this in Korumburra. They love the op-
portunity to pick up a gift locally and support a
For sale currently is a Limerick Lace wedding
veil, worn once in the 1930s and in perfect condi-
tion. Get in quick as this beautiful veil will go fast.
The shop truly is a one-of-a-kind and offers
some of the most incredible vintage linen, lamps,
china glass, soaps and other antiques.
The staff are warm and friendly, happy to help
out wherever they can. They also give customers
the option of putting items on lay-by.
Simply White is open Monday to Friday, 9.30am
to 4.30pm and Saturdays 9am to 1pm.
Simply White is a stunning store with an
extensive collection, situated on the main
street in Korumburra. mm141417
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