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FEAST at Terrace Kitchen

19/09/2019
6:30 pm
$95 - $135

Join us for a visual feast with Nicola Bennett.

Thursday 19th September 2019

Friday 20th September 2019

*Please email bookings@terrace.kitchen or call 07 460 1229 to book your spot. Limited tickets available.

 

Terrace Kitchen and Artist Nicola Bennett present, Feast. 

Experience an epic collaboration between local abstract artist Nicola Bennett and our team of culinary professionals at Terrace Kitchen. Our executive chef has partnered up with Nicola to create a mouth-watering 4 course menu inspired by the artwork and a VIP preview of Nicola’s paintings. Feast connects people through a full sensory experience of eating, seeing and listening.  Nicola and Timo will talk about their inspiration and behind the scenes creative process.

Nicola Bennett is a contemporary abstract painter passionate about the sensory experience of fine art and fine food.  Bennett works with oils and mixed media to create artworks to ‘eat’ with the eyes – a visual feast.  Her work is held in private collections around the world.

Ticket Option One –  $95

Glass of bubbles on arrival / 4 course menu with refresher course

Ticket Option Two – $135

Glass of bubbles on arrival / 4 course menu with refresher course / Mills Reef wine match for each dish

*Please email bookings@terrace.kitchen or call 07 460 1229 to book your spot. Limited tickets available.

Event begins at 6.30pm at our Restaurant Terrace Kitchen – 1029 Tutanekai Street, Rotorua

 

Meet the Artist – Nicola Bennett

Nicola Bennett is an English artist living and working in Okere Falls, New Zealand.  In 2007 Bennett completed her Masters of Fine Arts with First Class Honours at Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design, Auckland.  Her work is held in private collections in New Zealand, South Africa and England.

“I am an abstract painter working on mainly large canvas’ in mixed media – oils, acrylics, spray paint and pastels. My passion for fine art is influenced by fine food.

I think of colours like flavours, and how they interact. The process is a playful search for beauty. I always know when a painting is finished; it is ready to eat with the eyes. A visual feast if you will.