Mascavado Café & Pâtisserie will play host to the colourful work of Adelaide artists during the month of August for the 2021 SALA Festival.

Chromavision is the exhibition splashing the walls of the popular coffee spot, which is showcasing the works of three stylishly vibrant South Australian visual artists, Kara Gillett, Anna Goodhind and Michelle Lee.

Through a collective lens of chromatic appreciation, these technically diverse artists channel their unique approaches into a visual celebration where colour is the unifying theme.

Presenting artworks in a range of media including painting, textiles, embroidery and paper collage, the artists also offer a selection of greeting cards, print reproductions and stunning jewellery pieces which can be taken home directly on the day of purchase.

The work of the three women provide a stimulating and lively visual backdrop for Mascavado Café & Pâtisserie, which was founded by pâtissier Lea Chairesa, in early 2020.

The delicious pastries at Mascavado are made from almost all locally sourced ingredients, including flour from Flinders Ranges Premium Grain, and coffee from Elementary.

The menu changes daily, with the exclusion of a few staples such as croissants (plain and chocolate), flourless brownies, a mascarpone-and-Moscato choux, cinnamon scrolls, and fruit danishes.

Offering dine in or take-away, Mascavado is a perfect spot to drop by for a delicious treat and hot coffee whilst appreciating the bright and beautiful works featured in Chromavision.

You can visit Mascavado at 175 Hutt Street from 7am – 4pm Tuesday through Friday, and 8am – 3pm on Saturday and Sunday.