The weekend just past, at a local family reunion, some of Brett's work was featured. The story being that Brett made up out of 9 semi precious stones, 9 pendants for gifts for a local couples children and grandchildren. The husband who turned 70 on the weekend has found the stones in and around the Wodonga/Beechworth area and has cut and polished them himself. Each stone is unique and Brett has used all sterling silver to make the pendants. It is the hope of the couple that their children and grandchildren will keep them and in turn, pass them onto the next generation. We at Cummins Lane are very proud to be part of that story.
It has taken a little while to get the final results but, we raised nearly $200.00 for Corowa Search and Rescue and Rutherglen SES just before Christmas at the Corowa Christmas street party. This is great when you think that the minimum we asked of everyone was a donation of $2.00. Thank you to all that came as supported us.
On Friday the 1st of December, we will be hosting what we hope will be the first of many opening nights for our first feature artist, Bev Wilson. Bev is a very well known local artist who is known for her extraordinary detailed black and white pencil work. This will be a small collection of her last works that feature fantastical landscapes with animals and ladies. All are welcome for free wine and nibbles from 5pm onwards.
Mix and match your spring time carnival outfit with some of our new colourful Colombian Girl Jewellery. Colour match or colour contrast...we have something that will complete your outfit with some colour fun.
We are extremely happy to be the winners of the best business scarecrow for the Pfeiffers Scarecrow, Shiraz and sausage weekend. We would like to thank all the guys out at Pfeiffers for providing us with yet another pfun event. Thanks also to Rebbecca for giving us what was a very glamorous/scary girl!!
Welcome to Cummins Lane. We had our launch on Friday the 1st, new season, new start to the wonderful support of our friends, family and the Corowa community. While our web site still needs a lot of work done on it, please feel free to comment. Also, please come down and meet us in person.