Copper plate etching with aquatint and plate tone. Handprinted on acid free Canson paper in a limited edition of 5. Image size is 14.7cms x 3.8cms
Bridgewater is a small town in The Adelaide Hills just East of ihe city. It originally was the site of a Mill and has became well known for a retaurant operating there. The
mill dates back to 1860. John Dunn, a mill engineer from Devonshire, built the mill. He built a number of flour mills throughout Australia, but the Bridgewater Mill is by far his most famous. In 1986, a consortium purchased the mill. They renovated and integrated an award-winning winery into the building: Petaluma wines. Today, it is a popular restaurant and a wine cellar, drawing in crowds looking for cultural pursuits in the Adelaide area and is now one of the best fine-dining spots in the region.
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