The dining space serves not just to delight and surprise the palate, but the eye too, featuring art curated by Utopian Slumps Director Melissa Loughnan. The exhibition program is a living, breathing, ongoing entity - changing with and complementing Circa's seasonal menu.
UTOPIAN SLUMPS' MELISSA LOUGHNAN EXPLAINS:
“Beautifully barren hills, abandoned houses and stoic leafless trees dominate the worlds within Mark Rodda’s Autumn Landscapes. The paintings draw heavily from pre-industrial European landscape painting, and read almost like an uninhabited scene from a fairytale. Mark Rodda’s paintings fit the mood of the season . . . leaves are changing colour, nights are growing darker and the weather is getting colder. These introspective yet playful paintings give Circa’s dining spaces a warming and earthy feel for the arrival of autumn.”