Privately funded, the museum runs as a NFP.
Current exhibitions include The Drunken Buddha by Ian Fairweather, a fascinating tale of a drunken monk from a Chinese story, translated by the artist. I loved reading the story behind each painting and the artist brought the story to life on the canvas.
Celebrating its 50th Anniversary, this is the first time the works have been brought together since 1965.
The week before we visited, artist Gosia Wlodarczak performed an Interpretation Drawing on the Museum's large window, adding to the stunning views of Long Gully.
Paintings and Drawings by Tony Tuckson is also on exhibition.
All 3 current exhibitions end on March 15.
The restaurant has a fantastic outdoor seating area, overlooking the vineyards. We didn't get the chance to dine this visit - but will be back to try another time, for sure.
When: Tuesday – Sunday, 11am - 5pmWhy: Art, History, Architecture, Scenery
How Much:$14 (RACV members get 10% discount)