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Seahenge re-imagined

Seahenge re-imagined

Linda Jamieson has created a series of works re-imagining Seahenge. This is a structure that revealed itself off Holme, North Norfolk in 1998. The site consisted of an outer ring comprising fifty-five small split oak trunks forming a roughly circular enclosure around 7 by 6 metres and dates from 4,000 years ago in the early Bronze age.

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Changing our outlook towards the 'great outdoors'

Changing our outlook towards the 'great outdoors'

Read our latest e-newsletter about our hastily re-arranged season for online only exhibits. The selection of artists and makers in this edition have been preparing work for A FINE BALANCE for several months so we wanted to give you the opportunity to see this body of work and to support artists and makers during these newly compromised times.

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Getting through this crisis together

Getting through this crisis together

Amidst this current crisis we are all trying to find a positive way forward. Whether you, your friends and family are working from home or just trying to catch up with family matters, we hope our e-newsletters will help make things during this extraordinary time feel just a little bit better. Join our mailing list to keep in touch as we reveal more about our showcase online.

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A FINE BALANCE ONLINE

A FINE BALANCE ONLINE

As some of you will already know, our showcase #finebalance will not open at Houghton Hall until this current health crisis has abated. However you can still support our artists by viewing and buying their work online to nurture the cultural talent across our region.

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THE RAVE AND DAN DAVID

THE RAVE AND DAN DAVID
A Fine Balance serves to alert us to our own social context and how significant that is in our outlook toward ‘the great outdoors’. Artists and makers like sculptor Dan David use current attitudes as well as depictions of the recent past that reveal our encounters with the natural landscape. It is through finding a variety of visualisations that we arrive at a greater understanding of the different claims made upon our immediate environment. 
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Introducing the curators of A Fine Balance

Introducing the curators of A Fine Balance

Read more here about the curators who have worked together with over 40 artists and makers to create A Fine Balance" launching at Houghton Hall stables from March 29. Paul Barratt and Paul Vater have worked for the past 5 years to bring artists and makers to a wider audience across the eastern region. 

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Anish Kapoor at Houghton Hall 2020

Anish Kapoor at Houghton Hall 2020

Seminal works by the celebrated British sculptor Anish Kapoor will go on show across the grounds and historic interiors of Houghton Hall in Norfolk for the exhibition Anish Kapoor at Houghton Hall, opening on 29 March 2020. We will showcase the work of new and established artists from across the eastern region in the stables.

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CAPTURING BEAUTY IN PAINT

CAPTURING BEAUTY IN PAINT

We have added new paintings to our collection for 2020. Take a look at works from artists from across the eastern region. Each captures the splendour of the natural landscape, the beauty of coastal reaches, open fields, fens and woodland, employing traditional painting techniques in figurative and abstract styles, including oil, watercolours and acrylic paints.

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