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Foodland x SALA 2023 Exhibition

SALA is a visual arts festival that aims to link the local community and local artists in venues that go beyond the galleries.

Foodland is passionate about the arts, and our local artists, so this August we’re partnering with SALA Festival for the third year to bring you a series of unique, in-store exhibitions featuring local South Aussie artists.

We introduce to you, Foodland’s “Food For The Soul “Exhibition;

Like what you see in store? Browse the artists and the artwork you’re interested in on the Foodland Art Sale Website and we’ll put you in touch!

Please note, artworks must remain in-store for the duration of SALA Festival 1-31 August.

See below for participating Foodland stores in our “Food For The Soul” Exhibition:

  • Angaston Foodland
  • Bordertown Foodland
  • Brighton Foodland
  • Broken Hill Foodland
  • Cedunda Foodland
  • Clare Valley Foodland
  • Eudunda Foodland
  • Frewville Foodland
  • Goolwa Foodland
  • Happy Valley Foodland
  • Henley Square Foodland
  • Kilkenny Foodland
  • Littlehampton Foodland
  • Loxton Foodland
  • Mannum Foodland
  • Millicent Foodland
  • Mitcham Foodland
  • Mount Barker Foodland
  • Munno Para Foodland
  • Nairne Foodland
  • Normanville Foodland
  • North Adelaide Foodland
  • Norwood Foodland
  • Old Reynella Foodland
  • Pasadena Foodland
  • Port Adelaide Foodland
  • Renmark Foodland
  • Rundle Mall Foodland
  • Robe Foodland
  • Royal Park Foodland
  • Saints Road Foodland
  • Sefton Plaza Foodland
  • Stirling Foodland
  • Tailem Bend Foodland
  • Tanunda Foodland
  • West Lakes Foodland
  • Westside Port Augusta Foodland
  • Woodside Foodland

For any enquiries regarding Foodland x SALA Exhibition please contact

SALA x Foodland Tote Bags

SALA Festival x Foodland tote bags are now available in-store! We’re excited to announce the featured artists on the 2023 Foodland bags are Pia Kuykhoven, Hero Moller, and Cedric Varco. We are pleased to share that 50c from each bag sale goes to the SALA fund, allowing them to continue to create paid opportunities for South Aussie artists. Why not collect all three? While stocks last.











‘Calendula Party’, Pia Kuykhoven, 2022

Pia is a contemporary full time artist, residing in Adelaide with her husband, children and dogs. Born and raised in Adelaide she currently works in her backyard studio situated in Adelaide’s south. Pia has returned to her creative practice following on from a successful career as a landscape designer, fusing together her love for flowers, plant knowledge and painting experience. She specialises in acrylic-based work and loves the opportunity to bring the beauty of flowers into people’s homes, along with nostalgic still life items, including teacups, saucers, and vases. Her floral pieces consist of an intense, bright yet contrasting colour palette.

Website: | Instagram: pia.kuykhoven.artist











‘Summer Menu’, Hero Moller, 2021

Hero Moller lives with her partner and their dog in Jamestown, South Australia. As a self-taught artist she uses her work to connect with joy and hopes this is passed on to those who engage with her paintings. She is drawn to scenes of life’s simple pleasures but is also inspired by a range of imagery and experiences, from books,  music, film, and travel. She paints mostly in acrylics, on panel or canvas.

Instagram: heromoller











‘Ramindjeri Ruwi’, Cedric Varcoe, 2016

Cedric Varcoe is an award-winning Adelaide born artist who has been painting since he was very young and exhibiting his works since 1997. He mainly works with acrylics on canvas and his subjects are usually lizards, snakes and stylised male figures. Inspired by watching his family paint and by the stories from Ngarrindjeri country and culture told to him by his grandfather and other elders of the Ngarrindjeri language group. Cedric’s family is Narangga, from Point Pearce on the mission on the Yorke Peninsula and Ngarrindjeri from the area along the lower Murray River and the Coorong in southern-coastal area of South Australia. He has participated in the Our Mob exhibitions and many other community art projects.

Instagram: cedric_varcoe_art