Welcome to du Fermier, a wonderful French farmhouse style kitchen created by chef Annie Smithers.
Located in the heart of Trentham, one of the gems of the cool country, du Fermier takes its inspiration from classic french farmhouse cooking. Each weekend Annie lovingly creates a menu that features things that are ready in the garden and some of the finest meats and/or poultry from the surrounding region.It is comfortable honest food for sharing with friends.
Lunch | Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday
P| 5424 1634
A | 42 High Street, Trentham
WE WILL TAKING A BREAK AND WILL BE CLOSED FROM 6 - 29 SEPTEMBER 2016.
We are thrilled that Daniel’s painting of Annie has been selected as one of finalists for the 2016 Archibald. We are all VERY EXCITED and crossing everything for the announcement on the 16th July. Daniel Butterworth is a local artist and teaches at Kyneton Primary School. He approached Annie about painting her portraiture and after the two spent some time together Daniel created this masterpiece capturing Annie in the only solace spot during working hours where she could gather her thoughts!!!
Annie Smithers by Daniel Butterworth - Sitter: Chef & Restauratuer Annie Smithers
More about Daniel
Daniel Butterworth has been practicing as an artist for twenty years. In that time Daniel has exhibited in Flinders Lane Melbourne, as well as the Bridget McDonnel gallery in Hampton, Victoria. Daniel was selected as a finalist for the Doug Moran Prize in 2013 and 2010, the Jackaranda drawing prize and Hutchins works on paper to name a few. You can view Dan's full resume on the History page. Daniels recent work predominantly is large scale, oil on paper using himself as the subject. His studio is in Kyneton, Victoria. Daniel's expertise lies in Portraiture and as you will see on the folio page, self portraits are a recurring theme.