Five months after being postponed due to severe weather conditions, the Adornment Artisan Market was held on Saturday April 6 under beautiful, clear blue skies.
Local artists performed acoustic music, while children and adults had the opportunity to explore their inner artist through hands-on workshops guided by professional artists.
The Barossa Regional Gallery team set up the trendy lane-way event outside the Gallery, running from 3pm - 7pm.
The market offered visitors a selection of premium food and beverage vendors to indulge in while perusing a high calibre of artists' work available for sale, ranging from jewellery and clothing, to home decor and stunning visual art pieces.
Barossa Council Community and Culture manager Kirsty Hage said she is most appreciative to the event team, volunteers and community for their support in making the event a "massive success" - with about 1000 people flocking to the markets throughout the afternoon.
Planning has begun for the Adornment Artisan Markets to return to the Barossa Regional Gallery laneway again at the end of 2019.