In The Frame @ Sunset On Central ~ February Edition

February 04, 2019  •  1 Comment

Hello Guys & Gals, Friends & Family, Followers & Likers,

 

Welcome to the new year (we know, we know its February), we have been so unbelievably busy with the big move and having all our young Rockstar’s under one roof over the Summer Holidays that January has completely slipped by in a blur of boxes, sandy feet and easy dinners.

How lucky are we that you can do 10 hours of moving and then still have time to hit one of our stunning beaches (ok so a little red weed this season but we managed to find some great spots still) at the end of it, or head down to the town green and eat fish & chips with a beautiful cool breeze on the skin!

Great tip for families wanting a well-priced fish and chip meal Mikes Seafood do a great Tuesday special, check out the menu here.

 

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Have you been by to see the new space yet or are you waiting for our official re-opening on the 16-2-19 from 7pm?

 

We are open for framing clients now so you don’t have to wait, if you have a treasure waiting to be protected and hung on the wall. We have decided to have a "We Have Moved In Sale" , you could call it a "Stock Clearance Sale"  however regardless of what its called you will get a wonderful, amazing,   

                         $30% off in stock framing

wow!

All you have to do is mention this blog or the "We have Moved In Sale" before picking your frame.

 

 


Sunset Framing & Gallery on Central Rd, Port MacquarieSunset Framing & Gallery on Central Rd, Port MacquarieABOUT
We have been locally owned and operated for over 40 years, the vast majority of that time the business has been run by the Rayner family and still is to this day. Scott and Cherie along with their family of 5 kids run the Framing and Gallery business with the whole family playing a part in one way or another. Our approach to business is an ethical commitment to local business, local community and local arts. The business is run with a day to day focus on connection, commitment to the local creative arts community and ethical business management.

The above is a picture of one little space within the whole space. This is our Norman Lindsay wall, many of you know we have a large collection of his limited edition facsimile etchings, now that we have the space we will be able to change over what is on the wall once every month and have them on display all the time, so if you love his work pop on in at least once a month to take it in or if you like add one to your own art collection.

 



Did You Know ...

We hire out frames to artists? You did not ..well that is ok because it is a new service that we now offer.

We have been supporting the local creative arts community now for over 40 years, and like wise they have been supporting us for that time also.

Part of that long term support, connection and friendship has meant that we have got to understand how hard it can be for an artist to frame their work in quality, well made, archival framing. Many having to opt for bulk produced, poor quality, acid riddled frames that not only don't represent their art to the best it could be but those frames actually damage the artwork, making it hard to sell the art as an investment as it will inevitably become damaged. These low budget, damaging frames have in the past and still do get used for exhibitions by help local artists to reduce the cost of putting on an exhibition, while understandable is certainly not optimal long term for the artists or the collector.

To protect our local artists from this pitfall of fostering unsatisfied clients long term, and to protect our local art collectors and supporters from purchasing art that breaks down long term we have created a range of frames that our local artists can hire for exhibitions, they can sell them with the art inside if desired and arranged with us or they can display it framed and sell it as unframed with a fantastic special discount card for framing from us to give to their art collector or supporter with the purchase of an artwork.

That means no acid filled frames around artwork, it means happy long term relationships between our artists and their clients, it means art collectors have the choice of what kind of framing goes around their treasured purchase and of course it means we get to fix a problem that has been nibbling away at the minds of local collectors and art supporters for some time now while also fixing a challenge for our local artists when they want to do an exhibition.

We have a range of white or timber at this stage and if it is demanded we can create a range of black also.

For further details contact Scott via email  [email protected]

 

Professional Picture Framing & Canvas Prints, Central Road,  Port MacquarieProfessional Picture Framing & Canvas Prints, Central Road, Port MacquarieSunset Framing and Gallery established in 1975 is the oldest family owned gallery and framing business in Greater Port Macquarie.

Sunset Framing creates personalised wall art by focusing on quality framing with quality products, we respect the memories and treasured items that go into our bespoke made frames and handle them with absolute care.

Our frames protect and showcase the art, memories and collectable items.

If you need a framing quote call into 2/25 Central Road, Port Macquarie and we will be happy to assist you in a free quote.
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Movies Coming Up @ Sunset

Come on in and browse our amazing collection of original movie posters, they range from the 40's to the 90's and back again.

All collectable, all investment art, all full of nostalgic memories, moments and film making history.

 

We will highlight 4 different movies each month, giving you a few fun facts to store up for those trivia nights and so you can show off at your next dinner party, why not make it a movie challenge to watch each movie we share, give yourself some a few hours to trek back in time and have some nostalgic fun. Why you could even invite a few friends over to join you and again wow them with your new found facts.


From the 40's ~ The Maltese Falcon

Official Trailer

"By the end of 1941, moviegoers had a new favorite star in Humphrey Bogart, a minor actor whose back-to-back starring roles in High Sierra and The Maltese Falcon catapulted him to fame. The latter film quickly became a classic, viewed as the first major "film noir" and a prototype for the genre of hardboiled detectives, femmes fatales, and carefully placed shadows. It was, to quote its last line of dialogue, the stuff dreams are made of. Here are some facts about the 75-year-old mystery." ~ Mental Floss.com

1. Three of the statuettes still exist and are conservatively valued at over $1 million each. This makes them some of the most valuable film props ever made; indeed, each is now worth more than three times what the film cost to make.


2. The unusual cigarette lighter that graces the desk of Sam Spade (Humphrey Bogart) is a Ronson Touch-Tip table model. Made by the Ronson Co. from 1935-51, it is a classic example of the "art deco" style that dominated that era. Originals are so sought after by collectors that at least one company now exists that is entirely dedicated to restoring original examples to full working order.


3. Sam Spade refers to Wilmer as a "gunsel", a term the censors assumed was a reference to a gunman. The Yiddish term "gunsel"--literally, "little goose"--may indeed be a vulgarism for homosexual (the word "faigle", or "little bird", is usually used in that respect), but it's more commonly an "underground" term that refers to a person who is either a "fall guy" or a "stool pigeon", in which case Spade is making both a direct and an indirect reference to Wilmer's character.

4. The street sign at the intersection of Stockton Street & Bush Street, around 0:06:05, is just one block away from Monroe, where Dashiell Hammett, the author of the novel "The Maltese Falcon" lived for a few months in 1926. Monroe was renamed Dashiell Hammett Street in his honor in 1988.

 


From the 50's ~ Singing In The Rain

Singing In The Rain ~ Official Trailer

"Singin’ in the Rain isn’t just an upbeat musical from 1952. It’s also a history lesson about Hollywood in the late 1920s, when silent pictures were giving way to talkies. And of course it’s also a valuable tutorial on how to be an awesome dancer (i.e. be Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor). It is many things! Here are some facts about the classic musical to enhance your next viewing." ~ Mental Floss.com
 

1. A microphone was hidden in Debbie Reynolds' blouse so her lines could be heard more clearly. During one of the dance numbers, her heartbeat can be heard, mirroring what happens to Lina Lamont in the movie itself.


2. The film rang up a final price tag of $2,540,800, $157,000 of which went to Walter Plunkett's costumes alone. Although the final price overshot MGM's budget by $665,000, the studio quickly realized the wisdom of its investment when the film returned a $7.7-million profit upon its initial release.


3. The "Broadway Ballet" sequence took a month to rehearse, two weeks to shoot, and cost $600,000, almost a fifth of the overall budget.


4. Costume Designer Walter Plunkett said that this was the most work he ever did on a film, including Gone with the Wind (1939). Both films were period pieces, but Singin' in the Rain required a greater number of elaborate, ornately detailed costumes than Gone With the Wind did. They had to be more accurate, too, since 1952 audiences remembered Hollywood of the late '20s more clearly than 1939 audiences remembered the Civil War. All told, Plunkett designed about 500 costumes for the film.


 

From the 60's ~ Planet Of The Apes

Official Trailer ~ Planet Of The Apes

The late ‘60s were a turning point for sci-fi cinema. Though the occasional triumph like 1956’s Forbidden Planet would slip through the cracks, the genre was mostly a dumping ground for low-budget schlock fests throughout the ‘50s and early ‘60s. That started to change with the release of 1968's Planet of the Apes. The movie, starring Charlton Heston and directed by Franklin J. Schaffner, proved that science fiction was something that could be thought-provoking, transcendent, and (most importantly) massively profitable.

1. It was Charlton Heston's idea for the crew to have beards--he felt hair would continue to grow while they were in suspended animation. The film is mostly shot from Taylor's point of view; the audience is expected to identify with him and feel what he does. The first act of film sets up Taylor's character, creating the difficult balance that would allow the audience to feel ambivalent about Taylor, while still caring about his predicament.


2. There are no female orangutans or gorillas in the film.


3. The waterfalls were filmed at the 20th Century Fox Ranch in Malibu, CA; the watering hole where the astronauts swam had been created for Doctor Dolittle. A cornfield was grown especially for the film. Schaffner wanted it six feet high and was worried it wouldn't be ready in time to shoot, but in only ten weeks, it grew to eight feet. The script had the human women topless; the MPAA wouldn't approve it for the final picture.


4. Linda Harrison, who plays Nova, was having an affair with producer Richard D. Zanuck at the time of production. In the year of the film's release, Zanuck divorced his first wife and married Harrison. The couple were married for 9 years and had 2 children


 

From the 70's ~ Mean Streets

Official Trailer ~ Mean Streets

With its searing portrayal of low-level mafiosos in Little Italy and captivating performances by Harvey Keitel and Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese’s Mean Streets stunned audiences when it was released in 1973. Today, more than 40 years later, the film remains a classic gangster film.

1. The innovative use of the hand-held camera was largely down to the fact that the film's meager budget didn't stretch to laying down lots of tracks for all the tracking shots.


2. The church in the movie, St. Patrick's Old Cathedral in Little Italy, was the location of the baptism scene in The Godfather (1972). It appeared in The Godfather: Part III (1990), where Michael Corleone receives an honor from the church.


3. Clearing songs for the film ate up almost half of the film's $500,000 budget. Staying true to his well-documented love of rock, Scorsese used tunes by The Ronettes, Eric Clapton, and The Rolling Stones for the Mean Streets soundtrack. “For me, the whole movie was 'Jumping Jack Flash' and 'Be My Baby,'" the director said in Scorsese on Scorsese.


4. Keitel delivered one of the film’s most memorable performances, due in large part to a scene in which his character, Charlie, staggers drunkenly around a party. In order to capture the real sensation of being intoxicated, Scorsese strapped a swinging camera to Keitel’s head while the actor stumbled around, simulating drunkenness. (Call it the original GoPro.) To further enhance the scene’s inebriated tone, the camera was “undercranked,” meaning the scene was shot at a slower frame rate to give it a woozy, sped-up feel in playback.
 

Why Buy Original Art
 

Original art, or original fine art, isn’t “original” just because it’s creative—it’s original because it’s one-of-a-kind. Its opposite is a reproduction: a print or even a poster, manufactured in larger quantities by a machine. Original art is typically far more expensive than reproductions.

Don't make the mistake of believing that art is a luxury. It's a necessity, an integral part of our journey.

When we view a piece of art we often have an emotional response, whether positive or negative, or something in between. Different art appeals to different people and our personal taste becomes a form of expression when we pay attention to it and act on it, when we welcome it into our own lives. The spaces we live and work in should appeal to us on an emotional level, they should reflect our personalities. Original art is the perfect way to express your personal taste in a way that you simply can't achieve if you buy the same mass produced prints as thousands of other people around the world.

Yvonne Kiely Art Port Macquarie Sunset GalleryYvonne Kiely Art Port Macquarie Sunset Gallery
 

 

When To Buy Original Art?

The average person is not a multi-millionaire art collector. For many, the act of purchasing art is very informal, often an impulsive buy at a furniture store, flea market, or craft fair. However, when you’re looking to decorate a space, you can make the right purchase by knowing ahead of time what you are looking for, how much you want to spend, and where the artwork will go.

A secret about buying art that many don’t know is that you don’t need to be a millionaire to afford original, high-quality artwork. Many galleries, even in Port Macquarie, offer some artwork for more affordable prices.  Though it may be more expensive and a more time-consuming process to find the right original artwork, there are many benefits when compared to mass-produced wall art.

At Sunset Gallery we now have the ability to facilitate a payment system similar to a lay buy that is automated and secure, this makes it even easier to purchase art at a rate that is affordable for those who want to start collecting or supporting locals arts, thus our local economy.

We encourage both our artists and art collectors to ask us about this new payment system, we have been trialing it for a few months and it has received great feedback from those who have used it and from the artists who have sold work that would not have otherwise sold. This service is a solution to a problem that we seen existed for both our local avid art collectors and supporters and also our local artists, we are proud to be one of the first if not the first to offer this system in the creative arts community here in the Greater Port Macquarie area.

Benefits of Buying Original Art

Aesthetics

And what’s the point of buying artwork for your living space if it doesn’t look great? Original artwork is hand-produced, and every color is specifically chosen and hand-applied. Mass-produced reproductions use commercial inks instead of oil or acrylic paints, and they are printed by machines. Sometimes, your mass-produced artwork will look pixelated or digitally rendered when you look closely at it. Originals never have that risk, and even the most amateur art lover can tell the difference between an original artwork and a store-bought décor item.

Originality

A one-of-a-kind artwork will make your space your own. How often have you noticed the same Ikea artwork in several friends’ living rooms? Even if the artwork isn’t by a well-known artist, the originality of the piece evokes more of a sense of wealth and personality into your living space.

Depth

Original artworks have depth – literally. Whether gallery wrapped around stretcher bars or framed for protection, an original artwork will actually pop off the walls. Simply put, this depth will always fill a room more powerfully than a flat poster against a wall.

The ‘Story’

There’s not much conversation value in “Oh, I bought this from [any major retailer]. However, when you buy original art, it’s often an adventure. Many times you may meet the artist in person, hear their story behind the artwork, and understand the feeling behind it. Or you might have seen it in an art gallery on a vacation. Because the process of buying original artwork is so different from buying mass-produced consumer artwork, you can usually expect to have a great story to tell at the end of it. Not only can these stories impress your guests, but they’ll also help forge deeper personal connections between you and the artwork you buy.

The Emotional Element

The higher quality looks, the originality, the depth, and the story behind the original artwork all add up to help create a strong emotional connection to the original artwork you end up buying. The sheer fact that original artwork can often cost more money means that you wouldn’t end up buying it unless you already felt a connection and attraction to this artwork. However, if you buy original art, you can ensure that your collection is made up of only the worthiest of pieces, and not impulse buys that cost little but waste your wall space with cheap designs that don’t truly ‘speak’ to you.

Norman Lindsay - Which Mask?Norman Lindsay - Which Mask?WHICH MASK?

1934

Number 298 of 550

$385 Framed

$510 Unframed



This Facsimile Etching has been produced in the strict accordance with the conditions of copyright.

This Facsimile Etching is hand numbered with an embossed seal in the lower right hand corner of the image.

(website image is for display purposes only)

Investment value

The great thing about buying artwork is that it can often appreciate in value. Unlike furniture or Pottery Barn statement pieces, artwork typically does not lose its value for having been pre-owned. Instead, if you invest smart, your artwork may be worth more after years hanging in your living room than it was worth when you first bought it.

So when is it beneficial to buy art reproductions?

      • When you’re decorating on a budget – one or two original artworks can add a lot of character to a room, but you might have a lot of empty wall space you need to fill. For these areas, a tasteful poster or print could do wonders.
      • If there is a famous piece of art that inspires you – A poster reproduction of a Gustav Klimt painting may inspire you whenever you view it, and this is a valuable trait for a piece of artwork to have.
      • For temporary spaces, like cubicles or dorm rooms – Sometimes, the effort of finding the right piece and hanging it can be too much, especially if you don’t plan on spending much time in that space. Posters and decorative art are great for these settings.
      • For any messy area that would be too hazardous to place original works – Original artwork can be fragile. If there is a room in your home that experiences very high humidity, or has dirtier air (dust accumulation or tobacco smoke), you can decorate these areas with less expensive, printed artwork.
      • For children’s bedrooms – Children are constantly growing up and changing their preferences. A less-expensive print, poster, or decorative piece can add character to their room without breaking the bank every time your child decides to ‘remake’ themselves.


Art is used as a medium to express the personal thought of the Artist and to cause a reaction in the viewer.  Art can be political, it can reflect what is happening in society or it can simply be a way to make us hold on to a memory. It usually makes us think. The act of observing a piece of art, the art of 'seeing' art, is a complex and deeply satisfying process. It can create mood, it can trigger a surge of dopamine, it can relax us or inspire us, energise us. Art prompts genuine emotional responses and can stop us in our tracks the first time we see a piece we love. Why wouldn't you bring that power into the spaces that you live and work in?

 

Why Should You Print Your Photos

1. Improve Your Photography Skills

Each time you print a large sized photograph, every detail gets amplified. You can see whether there was  good contrast, nice lighting and any  defects become very easy to see. This is in contrast to what happens when you post photos on social media sites like Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook. Most of these photographs are viewed on small screens that hide a lot of details. In fact, with a short Photoshop session, you can edit these photographs and fix some of the flaws in the photographs. But this could make you a lazy photographer. Printing your photographs makes you focus on taking better images with your camera. The fact that you will be able to see all the flaws clearly can motivate you to get it right from the start.

Sunset Framing & Gallery on Central Rd, Port MacquarieSunset Framing & Gallery on Central Rd, Port MacquarieABOUT
We have been locally owned and operated for over 40 years, the vast majority of that time the business has been run by the Rayner family and still is to this day. Scott and Cherie along with our family of 5 kids run the Framing and Gallery business with the whole family playing a part in one way or another. Our approach to business is an ethical commitment to local business, local community and local arts.

Sunset Framing and Gallery is the one place in Port Macquarie you can find Picture Framing, Canvas printing, local photographic images, local art, art & craft workshops, creative gifts, collectible original movie posters, creative hire spaces, hot desks for locals and traveling business people, and community creative groups all under one roof.

We can print your photos to canvas wall art or photographic print if you dont have your own image you can choose one of our local images taken by a selection of local photographers to be printed to a custom size and medium to suit your space.

Sunset Framing and Gallery takes pride in being a community minded business that supports the local community that has supported them for over 40 years, Sunset Framing and Gallery is here today due to the support and local trade the community has given them and their way of thanking the community for that is to support them back via local charities, providing a free space for creative community groups and by framing donations to selected fundraisers.

Sunset Framing and Gallery have been providing local artists a place to sell art for over 40 years while also offering a professional, quality framing service, moving into a larger shop front we can now offer even more in services to local creatives, artists and local shoppers with many plans for further growth in the Central Rd location.

If you want to get something framed or printed talk to the framers who care about your local community, who care about your treasured memories and items, if you want to build your artistic profile talk to the gallery that has been supporting and building local arts for over 40 years - Sunset Framing & Gallery, locally owned and operated since 1975.

2. Printing Photos Inspires Creativity

Each time you print a good photograph, it inspires you to go out and get more creative with your camera. It boosts your ego as a photographer and puts a smile on your face. You will suddenly feel this renewed zeal to go and search for the perfect scene for your next photo. This is particularly true when you take photographs of nature. Photos that contain beautiful birds, flowers and landscapes can be truly inspiring and refreshing when they are printed on large photo paper.
 

3. Printing Will Increase the Demand for Your Photography Skills

Almost all great photographers and graphic artists have galleries where they display their work. If you want to expand your horizon and market your photography skills to high net worth individuals, you have to learn to print high quality photographs. According to renowned landscape photographer Paul Kowalski, digital technology should be seen as a means of enhancing photo printing rather than as a substitute for it. After spending days or even hours to find the perfect scenery to shoot, you need to be able to turn that effort into a printed work of art that can attract the same attention as a painting on canvas.

Canvas Printing Port MacquarieImages printed on canvas in Port Macquarie, Sunset Framing & Gallery, Central Rd Port MacquarieWe can print images off your phone to your professional DSLR. Personalise the wall art for your home with one of your own photos. If you dont have one of your own images you like then select an image from our local photography image library. Our canvases are stretched on kiln dried stretcher bar, the back is sealed up with professional framers tape then strung ready to hang on your wall.

4. Re-Discover the Second Half of the Photographic Process

Digital photographs now save time when we need to share images and other pictorial proofs but they take away a vital piece of the original photographic process. Before the widespread adoption of the digital sharing of photos, photographers had to spend a substantial amount of time in the second phase of photography – picture development and printing. Even individuals who take photos as a hobby will remember the fun that came with selecting a particular type of paper (typically matte or gloss), taking the negatives or digital camera to a photographic lab or printing the photo on your home photo printer. Other aspects of this process are choosing a nicely designed frame and then hanging up the photo for others to see and admire. Printing photos offers you an opportunity to produce a physical proof of your work that does not need a particular type of machine to read except your eyes.
 

5. Printed Photos Make Great Decorations

If you are tired of seeing the same boring wall or the old decorations in your home or office no longer inspire you, you can revive your home with printed photographs. Combine photos of nature with some of your personal or family photographs. To make the process more rewarding, spend time choosing some new frames (different styles and sizes) and then carefully select pictures that bring back pleasant memories or motivate you in a special way. Choose a place in your bedroom or living room and use your creativity to create a focal point with your framed photos.

Printed photos can provide great inspiration for improvement in photography, serve as a way to increase your income and also provide inspiration and satisfaction for you and your loved ones.

6. Photographs are irreplaceable.

Once you take an image, you can’t capture that exact same second in time again. Sure, you may be able to imitate a landscape photo again, but even with landscapes, changes in the weather and seasons means that second image won’t be the same as the first. This is especially true for images of people — we’re constantly growing up, growing old and changing in other subtle ways. An image’s irreplaceable nature only increases with time.

Print your photos because, if you loose those photos, you can’t replace them.

7. Images aren’t meant to be temporary.

Photographer Missy Mwac compares never printing photos to floral bouquets — if you never print your photos, you’re only enjoying them temporarily while they circulate your feeds. Printing your photos is like moving from a bouquet to a potted plant — they’ll be around much longer. (Of course, the metaphor only goes so far, it’s pretty hard to forget to water your pictures, so chances are, your printed photos will last way longer than the fern wilting on your windowsill).

Print your photos because, in electronic form, pictures are only temporary enjoyment.

8. Printed images don’t suffer from hard drive failures.

Loosing images from a hard drive failure is devastating. Sure, you should also back up photos on cloud storage, but creating prints is one more layer of protection from loosing those memories. Printed photos aren’t hacked, accidentally formatted or lost in a technical failure.

Print your photos because the digital files may not always be there.

 

Words by Photo Direct & Photo Do To borrowed with respect and appreciation.

 

Photo Of The Month

Photo by Cherie of Available Light Images

Image by Available Light Images, available as custome wall art. Email scott@sunsetgallery.com.auImage by Cherie Morton, available as framed print or canvas. Email [email protected]Our local image library has multiple photographers, styles and locations and all of them are available for you to have printed as a custom size and style, canvas, framed canvas,fine art prints, matted prints, framed prints almost any size you need. We are proud to be able to offer this platform for local photographers of the Greater Port Macquarie area to sell their local Port Macquarie images, and their images created within the Greater Port Macquarie area and the Mid North Coast as a whole. Who wouldn't want a local image wall art to admire and enjoy every day on the wall in their own home or office. For details contact [email protected]

This image is currently printed on canvas and on display in the gallery on Central Rd, Cherie is one of our image bank photographers and also our in house photographer, offering photo restoration services, artwork imaging and she covers most of our events and social media imaging.

You can see more of her work at 

Available Light Images Web Site

The story of this image goes a little like this "I had just been over at North Shore Beach doing a late afternoon shoot, I knew that it was going to be a supermoon and was pretty keen to capture in a photo but to be honest I was pretty tired and feeling unmotivated. My partner and I were driving home and we went passed the headlands ..well we almost went past, it looked amazing so we pulled in, I jumped out of the car and set up my gear. As I took one long exposure image a car came into a car park behind us and it lit up the foreground, it was not quite timed right but I could see the potential, so every patient partner jumped into our car and turned the headlights on for the required amount of time that was needed. Then here we are. Its often how it goes for me, I may be forcing myself out to absorb some nature or to practice my craft and I get blessed with timing and light, other times its a lot of time spent testing locations, checking weather conditions, tides, sun direction and so on. This image was a combination of both" Cherie

"I take photos as a type of visual journal, its my kind of art, my kind of craft, its my thing and if I dont do it daily then my heart and soul dim a little, so here are some moments in time that I have experienced in life and via my lens, I hope these moments bless you as much as they have blessed me in experiencing. " Cherie

Well everyone that is a wrap until next month, we thank you for journeying with us. We hope you enjoyed all the information, tid bits and the imaging. 

Please feel free to leave us a comment or feedback, share this blog or tell a friend about it.

Hopefully we see you all at the official re-opening on the 16th from 7pm.

 

From our family to yours, thank you for your support.

Scott & Cherie, Jackson, Samantha, Sienna, Danny & Alex.

 

 


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