March 28, 2012

Kill Pixie, Beci Orpin, Hollie Martin, and Kevin Tran - Cake Wines Pinot Launch at China Heights Gallery

China Heights is proud to host the Cake Wines Pinot Launch where previous collaborators Kill Pixie and Beci Orpin; and current collaborators Hollie Martin and Kevin Tran, will be exhibiting individual works.

For launch, Cake will hold an “Exhibition of wine” at China Heights Gallery showcasing all four artists extensive catalogue of work as well as giving guests the opportunity to try the complete range of wines.

Hollie Martin will be showing her signature three-point water colours. Pyramids of colour leak through black-line gates, and the strictly governed personality of the triangle is replaced by Hollie’s charming and likeable quirks. Hollie will be featured on the Pinot Grigio with her piece, ‘Quiet’.

Kevin Tran, another recent collaborator, uses predominately watered-down neons on solid backgrounds; and with delicate line work and cosmic fills, transforms the usually enduring aesthetic of geometry into something almost transient. Kevin will be featured on the Pinot Noir with his piece, ‘Exploration Of Space’.

As expected, Kill Pixie will tell his future-forecast through elaborate mazes and puzzles. Narrating the purpose of life through non-descript characters, and giving an insight into human experience.

Saluting colour and silhouettes, Beci Orpin From Melbourne is influenced by many things that change all the time, but reoccurring themes include nature, childhood memories, wooden toys, found objects, folk and domestic art, darkness and the unexpected.

Cake stands committed to demystifying the sometimes over complicated culture of wine by delivering premium products at an accessible price point supported by relevant cultural initiatives in music, art, design, film, photography and theatre. 25 cents from every bottle going back to FBi Radio, Inertia Music are providing the soundtrack and the brand have appeared at several music festivals across the summer. Cake will also and will be hosting a number of monthly cultural events including carpark film screenings, a pop roof top bars and a national art prize award.

From the Adelaide Hills, the reds are crafted with light to medium palette density, low on tannins to give a soft finish whilst the whites see’s the brand move away from high-sugar white wines of the Marlborough region to a more clean crisp dryer everyday white wine. Cake wines are quickly becoming the choice for the 90 or so venues currently stocking them in Sydney.


China Heights
L3, 16-28 Foster St
Surry Hills 2010, AU
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