Alan Todd at 1837 Barossa

About Alan Todd

Sculpture

Alan Todd is an accomplished artist known for his striking and evocative works of art. Born with an innate passion for creativity, he has dedicated his life to the pursuit of artistic excellence.

With diverse influences, from the timeless classics to contemporary movements, Alan Todd's work is a unique blend of tradition and innovation. His artistic journey has taken him through various mediums, allowing him to explore and master the subtleties of each, from oil and acrylic to digital media.

His distinctive style is characterized by his vivid use of colour, intricate details, and deep emotion that resonates with viewers. Whether it's a landscape painting capturing the serenity of nature or a thought-provoking abstract piece, Alan's art possesses a remarkable ability to engage and inspire.

Alan Todd's talent has not gone unnoticed. His work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, galleries, and private collections, both nationally and internationally. He continues to push the boundaries of his art, seeking new ways to express his unique vision and connect with those who experience his creations.

With an unwavering commitment to the world of art, Alan Todd stands as a testament to the enduring power of artistic expression. His work serves as a vibrant tapestry of human emotion, imagination, and the endless possibilities that lie within the realm of visual art.

1837 Barossa

Name a more iconic duo than art and wine. The magnificent winery 1837 Barossa has managed to combine the two and provide the ultimate experience for visitors that are looking to add a little culture to their winery adventures.

The spectacular art trail offers a dozen modern art sculptures that have been commissioned from international artists making the collection the latest addition to the tourism offering of the Barossa. The modern art trail is free of charge and accessible during the opening hours of the 1837Barossa winery from 11am, Wednesdays to Sundays. The walking trail starts at the entrance of the 1837 Barossa estate, passes the Horizon@1837 Restaurant and Cellar, the Barossa Colonel Light Monument, the iconic Barossa Manor and finishes at the 1837 Barossa Pavilion at the rear of the estate. 

Take a tour of the illustrious and magnificent grounds of the winery as you wine and dine, the perfect recipe for a summer visit. The centre piece is a 12m long “Welcome to the Barossa” sculpture which is a new landmark photo-point for all Barossa visitors. The pinnacle of the 1837 Barossa art trail is the sculpture “Wings of Barossa”; A a monumental sculpture with 2 angels wings. The sculpture is only complete when a person takes the 3 steps and poses between the wings as an angel.

Venue Features

  • Cellar Door

  • Food Available

  • Restaurant

  • Wheelchair Accessible

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Opening Hours

Monday - Closed

Tuesday - Closed

Wednesday - 11:30am to 9pm

Thursday - 11:30am to 9pm

Friday - 11:30am to 9pm

Saturday - 11:30am to 9pm

Sunday - 11:30am to 4pm

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