Friday, February 27, 2015

Boronia House, Mosman

Today I met with others of the Sydney Sketch Club at Boronia House in Mosman. I often glance in at this grand building when I pass it on Military Road, but had not before ventured through the front gate to sketch it.
Boronia House was built in 1885 and is now heritage listed and used as dining rooms for high teas and functions. An example of Victorian Filigree architecture - the iron lacework was quite a challenge.

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  1. I have left several comments on your blog, and was not prompted to sign in. Then I got one prompt to join google plus, and I'm already on there. I'm not sure what happened, but I am trying one more time.

    I love the filigree look of the varanda railing! And your color and movement are so good! lovely.


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