Alan Louis Ramachandran at Barossa Chateau

About Alan Louis Ramachandran


Alan Ramachandran is a multi-award winner in his medium of watercolour. Since migrating to Adelaide in 2007, he has won over 15 top art awards and 60 combined awards. He has had 9 solo exhibitions and 4 group exhibitions. Highlights include the Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize in 2002, a finalist in the Pro Hart Landscape Art Prize 2017, and the Fleurieu Art Prize and Adelaide Hills Landscape Art Prize 2017.

Alan Louis Ramachandran, who migrated to Adelaide in 2007, has achieved notable success as a full-time artist, with a particular focus on watercolour as his chosen medium. His experience as an immigrant in this country has provided him with a unique perspective on the interplay between cultural and environmental factors, which, in turn, have greatly influenced his artistic choices regarding colour, texture, and composition.

This distinctive viewpoint has proven invaluable in shaping his transformative role as an art educator and tutor. With a deep understanding of the diverse learning needs of others, he excels in bringing individuals together to develop their self-expression skills through art creation, both in formal and informal settings.

Alan's contributions to the local art scene are significant, with a substantial body of work that includes ten solo exhibitions and participation in ten group exhibitions. He has also actively engaged as a participant and organizer in various competitive forums that cater to the local artistic community.

His passion for the fluid and expressive nature of the watercolour medium is evident in his work, as he skillfully applies washes to paper to create atmospheric moods within his paintings.

Barossa Chateau

Barossa Chateau in Lyndoch, a building and estate which is grand in design, and a majestic home to wine, art, antiques, rose gardens and more. The Chateau itself presents as Baroque architecture, with renaissance style. Italian & French influence. This is a modestly substantial establishment providing cellar door for Creed Wines and colleagues, a tastefully presented gift store with art and a wide range of beautiful items with a rose and wine theme. The Chateau Café offers light refreshments and provides a lovely alternative to the usual wine menu.

Venue Features

  • Food Available

  • Wheelchair Accessible

Opening Hours

Monday - Closed

Tuesday - Closed

Wednesday - 10am to 3:30pm

Thursday - 10am to 3:30pm

Friday - 10am to 3:30pm

Saturday - 10am to 3:30pm

Sunday - 10am to 3:30pm

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