Creative Fun: Craft & Cocktails


If you ever wanted to dip your toe into being creative, then this class is for you.



  • Saturday, 07 October 2023 | 05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
  • Saturday, 04 November 2023 | 05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
  • Saturday, 02 December 2023 | 05:30 PM - 07:30 PM


2 hours


Glasshouse Regional Gallery


Glasshouse Regional Gallery Presents:

Craft & Cocktails

With Gabriella Domin

If you ever wanted to dip your toe into being creative, then this class is for you.

Craft and Cocktails is a fun-filled class featuring some of our local talented artisans. Relaxed and a great place to learn new skills and meet new people. No experience required.

Refreshing cocktail or mocktail on arrival. 

Saturday evenings
5:30pm - 7:30pm


July 1

Botanical Still Life Painting

Using a range of layering techniques. focussing on colour, and negative spaces to create your own unique botanical inspired artwork.


August 5

Funky Planter Pot

Create colourful patterned hanging planter pot using a variety of design and painting techniques.


Sept 2

Block Printing

Learn how to carve your own stamp to print on gift cards and paper wrapping, with a focus on abstract shapes , mark making and patterns.


Oct 7

Jewellery creations

Create your own unique piece of wearable art by experimenting with layering, colour, design using a variety of materials.


Nov 4

Fabric Printing

Introduction to fabric printing. Carve your own stamp to print on a tote bag, with a focus on abstract shapes and printing patterns.


Dec 2

Colourful Christmas Wreath

Create your own Christmas creating using cut out paper shapes, using a range of painting and design techniques.

About the Artists

Gabriella Domin

Gabriella Domin is an artist, designer, and art teacher based in Port Macquarie, Australia

Gabriella grew up on the Mid North Coast of NSW before moving to Sydney to study, where she completed a Bachelor of Fine Art at the National Art School, a Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary Visual Arts) at UTS and a Diploma of Surface Design at ISCD. After 16 years in Sydney, Gabriella moved back up the coast to Port Macquarie with her family, where she now teaches creative workshops and works as a high school teacher. 

Her practice spans across various mediums including painting, collage, printmaking and surface pattern design, and is greatly influenced by the colours, shapes and patterns of the local landscape and its unique native flora. 

I am constantly inspired by the coastal landscape while exploring this beautiful area with my husband and two young children. Swimming, surfing and walking along the beaches here provides so much daily enjoyment as well as subject matter for my art." |