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C&C's next exhibition will be Rock Paper Scissors

C&C's next exhibition will be Rock Paper Scissors
Contemporary and Country’s exhibition Rock, Paper, Scissors encompasses art and handmade objects fashioned with the process of their making in mind. It will run alongside the exhibition by Tony Cragg, opening at Houghton Hall, Norfolk on 19 May and closing 26 September, 2021. Tickets to enter the Houghton Hall Estate are on sale from 19 April (entrance to the Stables will be part of the entrance fee)

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Supporting Fundraiser for charity EACH

Supporting Fundraiser for charity EACH

Having supported East Anglia's Children's Hospices for a number of years for the Nook Campaign, through to on-site fundraising during our 2018 season at Houghton Hall, we are delighted now to have been able to help source artworks from artists' we work with to donate towards their next fundraising auction to be held in February / March 2021. More details will follow early 2021

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Seeing the humanity embodied in sculptures by Roger Hardy

Seeing the humanity embodied in sculptures by Roger Hardy

As Suffolk based sculptor Roger Hardy says "As individuals we have a great desire to project our own humanity and emotions onto the most primitive human form". This is certainly true of Roger's many sculptures now available as part of our Anglian Collection

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Over 25,000 visitors and hundreds of sales later...

Over 25,000 visitors and hundreds of sales later...

As we expand our work with artists and makers from East Anglia we are entering the second half of our pop up event alongside Anish Kapoor at Houghton Hall, Norfolk - open until November 1.  At the time of writing there have been over 50,000 visitors on site and we have secured over 300 sales for local artists and makers. As works are purchased and taken away we are able to fill gaps to keep our exhibition fresh - making sure that any return visit will not disappoint!

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What and where is Springs Fireplace Road?

What and where is Springs Fireplace Road?

Springs Fireplace Road is the title of the group of etchings by Colin Self and printed by master printer Maurice Payne at Editions Alecto between 1968 and 1971. We are showing this incredible print edition at A Fine Balance, in the stables at Houghton Hall. Payne has printed for Hockney for over 40 years and it was at a chance meeting with Self in the 1990s at a David Hockney private view, that reconnected them.

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TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF OUR EXHIBITION

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF OUR EXHIBITION

We would love to see you in person to show you the works by local artists in A FINE BALANCE - running alongside the Anish Kapoor at Houghton Hall this summer. You can visit us online now too… take a virtual tour of our exhibition with hot spots that link through to each artist on our online shop, so you can see each work that interests you in detail.

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Escape into Art

Escape into Art

Thanks to Dominic Castle, Editor of Norfolk magazine. It's June edition, just published, features Contemporary and Country on pp52 and 53 - take a look when you get your copy of the magazine this month. We hope you enjoy the range of work we are able to show online, if there is an artist you are particularly interested in please let us know and we can put together a collection of their work for you to see on screen in the comfort of your own home.

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Capturing the essence

Capturing the essence

Norfolk based artist Kate Giles often works in series and in one place over a sustained  period. The latest additions to our online showroom include these works painted in and around Great Bircham, North Norfolk. A second set of work captures the essential energy of Spring in local orchards.

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Treasures of the Heart

Treasures of the Heart

Each of the painters featured in our latest newsletter capture the splendor of the sea and landscapes of our region, depicting the beauty of coastal reaches, open fields, fens and woodland. All examine aspects of familiar places now distant and yearned for as we observe lock-down conditions. Read on to discover more about Kate Giles, Will Cutts, Natalie Odile Lang and Pandora Mond

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