New! Kaleido Decorative Weaves & Herbaria Vinyl Wallcoverings from Romo Black.
Luxaflex folding arm exterior awnings.
Monthly Feng Shui workshops with complimentary lunch at Altair Restaurant.
Riveresque Rolling Art in March: "Nungurra - Creating A Pleasant Place".
F E N G S H U I W O R K S H O P
4 M A Y 2 0 1 7
W I T H M A D D I S O N
A unique approach to interior design, learn how the philosophy of Feng Shui can be applied to your interior to achieve harmony and happiness in your home and life.
I N C L U D E S
Morning tea at Riveresque Home
1.5 hour workshop with Maddison in store
Lunch at Altair Restaurant, Warrandyte
Enjoy 20% off all products 9am-10am
Places are limited!
Call 03 9844 1109 to secure your spot.
All-inclusive price is $99 per person.
I N T E R N A T I O N A L W O M E N ' S D A Y
8 M A R C H 2 0 1 7
L Y N - A L Y O U N G
Celebrate International Women's Day and be bold for change on 8 March, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women! Who better to showcase this than Riveresque Rolling Artist of the month, Lyn-Al Young?
Lyn-Al is a 22 year old Gunnai and Wiradjuri woman living in Warrandyte. She makes art with her family collaborative, Young Art. She also creates fashion-art in her own business, LYN-AL, launched in April 2014 when her first fashion show "From Tree Carvings To Silk Markings" hit the Sydney runway in Australian Indigenous Fashion Week. This March 2017 she launches her brand new collection on the Global Indigenous Runway in Virgin Australia's Melbourne Fashion Festival.
Lyn-Al's hand-painted garments inspired by her traditional culture are available at Riveresque Home throughout March - open 7 days a week.
Y O U N G A R T
3 - 2 8 M A R C H 2 0 1 7
N U N G U R R A - A P L E A S A N T P L A C E
Young Art is a family with an old history making young art. "Nungurra - Creating A Pleasant Place" opens on Friday 3 March, 6-8pm, at Riveresque Home, 142 Yarra Street, Warrandyte. Meet the artists - Judith, Robert, Lyn-Al and Richard Young - and enjoy a collaboration of art inspired by their traditional Aboriginal culture.
"We are the Gunnai, Waradgerie, Gunditjmarra and Yorta Yorta of South East Australia. Our brand is two boomerangs representing two people forming the tree which is significant to us as it represents our connection to country. You will see the shape of the canoe, which has been used for centuries to support our families to hunt, fish and travel. The roots and branches show our connection to earth and spirit and our art reflects this based on who we are and where we come from."
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Home & Fabric Showrooms:
142 & 158 - 160 Yarra Street
Warrandyte VIC 3113
03 9844 0960
& 03 9844 1109 (Home)
Saturday 10 am – 3 pm
Sunday 12 noon – 4 pm
Closed on public holidays