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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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NEW WORKS ARRIVE FOR THE LAST 3 WEEKS OF OUR POP UP AT HOUGHTON HALL

NEW WORKS ARRIVE FOR THE LAST 3 WEEKS OF OUR POP UP AT HOUGHTON HALL

We are delighted to present more new work in our pop up at Houghton Hall. From beautiful design for the home with Katharina Klug's ceramic creations; to amazing handmade paper cut works by Ruth Howes; to breathtaking large photographic art by Gareth Hacon and new painted landscapes from Kate Giles. We are also pleased to have installed new sculptures by Jonathan Clarke.

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ROYAL ACADEMY SUMMER SHOW TO INCLUDE PETER WYLIE, CURRENTLY SHOWING IN OUR HOUGHTON HALL POP UP

ROYAL ACADEMY SUMMER SHOW TO INCLUDE PETER WYLIE, CURRENTLY SHOWING IN OUR HOUGHTON HALL POP UP

We are delighted to announce that Peter Wylie, currently in our pop up at Houghton Hall, has been chosen by the Wilson sisters to be included in their curated room at this year's Royal Academy Summer Show - in October...

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Keron Beattie nominated for Holt Art Prize

Keron Beattie nominated for Holt Art Prize
We are delighted that Keron Beattie, currently showing in our pop up in the stables at Houghton Hall, has been nominated for the Sir John Hurt and Sworders Art Prize, Holt Festival this year. Keron  gained a First Class BA (Hons) in Contemporary Art and Design (2016) and a MA Fine Art with Distinction (2018) from NUA. His work for A Fine Balance is concerned with the natural world under pressure including disconnection with nature and natural cycles.

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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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