Adelaide and Environs presented by ASSP Gallery Port Adelaide

Adelaide and Environs


Novelty in metal printing
for the first time presented in Australia

Below the two large exhibits which could be a highlight in your business or home.
We deliver both large colourful iridescent artworks FREE in a circle of 10kms.

Title: Two Bridges


Catalogue No. 38 Hart’s Mill Port Adelaide South Australia Photograph on Gold Metal Block Mounted with Copper Size: 95cm x 68cm Description: This artwork with iridescent colours plays with the senses of the viewer, it seems the lights go on and off & lights are wandering through the photograph. A wonderful documentation of Adelaide’s environs history and worth any cent. It’s definitely a wonderful investment object and could soon hang in your office, foyer, Hotel, Restaurant or on your wall at home.

Requests please with subject “Blupebbleroad Artworks” to


18th September to 20th November 2016

Fine Art Exhibition by Kathy Vasic


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Exhibition Launch Overview:

Sunday 18th September 2.00pm
CR Helen Wright as Representative of the Mayor of Port Adelaide Enfield
Steve Smart President Rotary Club Port Adelaide
52 guests and Kathy’s family members celebrated with us.

Exhibition Duration:  

Sunday 18th September to Sunday 20th November 2016

Exhibition Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday:  12.00pm to 5.00pm
Sunday:  12.00pm to 5.00pm

For visits on Saturdays and outside the above opening hours pre-bookings essential!

Kathy’s Bio:

We hope we can welcome you to Kathy’s stunning “Blupebbleroad” exhibition.
Two big artworks are an ideal investment object or a special gift.




2 thoughts on “Adelaide and Environs presented by ASSP Gallery Port Adelaide
  1. snoring

    With havin so much content and articles do you ever run into any issues of plagorism or copyright violation? My site has a lot of exclusive content I’ve either created myself or outsourced but it appears a lot of it is popping it up all over the web without my permission. Do you know any solutions to help stop content from being ripped off? I’d really appreciate it.

    1. admin

      To answer your question:
      Don’t publish without copyright, maybe you think out of the box and create one which is unusual.
      When you find a breach of your copyright you should give the case to your lawyers.


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