Mrs Baker makes exquisite gin, refined vodka and aromatic liqueurs at her solar powered distillery nestled in the folding hills of Glenpatrick. During Play in the Pyrenees the lawn outside the cellar door cottage will be home to three unique pieces of art from the late Bob Jenyns. His oversized ‘Meccano’sculptures have been collected the world over. His replica of the caravan AlbertTucker lived in on the Pont de l’Archevêchéin Paris in one of the most popular pieces in the Heide Museum of Modern Art collection. Three of Bob Jenyn’s works have been loaned to Mrs Bakers Still House for several weeks for visitors to enjoy their beauty, ingenuity and artful,almost cheeky playfulness.That art of playfulness continues in the cosy cellar door where Mrs Baker serves up a $15 tasting tray of small serves of her five gins, three liqueurs and her vodka along with a range of garnishes from her garden and mixers. Visitors are asked to sit and spend time with their tasting tray, served in an eclectic mix of vintage liqueur glasses. It is a wonderful,eclectic experience where you learn much about the art of distilling, the art of mixing and the art of the late great Bob Jenyns. Bob Jenyns on the Lawn is brought to you by Pyrenees Shire Council and the Covid Safe.