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FROM AROUND NORFOLK IN 80 DAYS

FROM AROUND NORFOLK IN 80 DAYS
When our pop-up closes in the stables at Houghton Hall on Saturday 30 September, we will have completed eighty days. In those eighty days we have welcomed upwards of 16,000 visitors and sold artworks and designed pieces by over 48 local artists, designers and craftspeople from all across Norfolk. Don't miss your chance to purchase one of these wonderful treasures – we will be gone before you know it! Continue reading

THE COLOURFUL BYWAYS OF NORFOLK CAPTURED BY CORNELIA FITZROY

THE COLOURFUL BYWAYS OF NORFOLK CAPTURED BY CORNELIA FITZROY

We are showing the wonderful paintings and chalk pastel pictures of Cornelia FitzRoy at our pop-up at Houghton Hall. These memorable studies evoke many journeys along the lanes of Norfolk and capture the wonderful colourful landscapes that await those of us who momentarily find ourselves 'lost' among these beautiful lanes and byways.

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TEUCER WILSON'S WORK IS SHOWCASED AT NORFOLK BY DESIGN, HOUGHTON HALL FOR THE SUMMER

TEUCER WILSON'S WORK IS SHOWCASED AT NORFOLK BY DESIGN, HOUGHTON HALL FOR THE SUMMER

If you don't know much about Teucer Wilson's work - you are in for a treat. We are delighted that we have several pieces for sale at Norfolk by Design's pop-up exhibition in the Stables at Houghton Hall. Teucer is one of the country's leading lettercutters and stone carvers. He produces a variety of work including sculptures for private settings and public art projects, garden pieces, signage and memorial work.

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BRINGING THE INNER AND OUTER LANDSCAPES TOGETHER VIA THE WORK OF LIZ MCGOWAN AND MARGIE BRITZ

BRINGING THE INNER AND OUTER LANDSCAPES TOGETHER VIA THE WORK OF LIZ MCGOWAN AND MARGIE BRITZ
We are showing the work of Liz McGowan for the second time and are delighted to show works produced as part of her Will-A-Wix series. In addition we are also delighted to show more of her collaborative work completed with another Norfolk based environmental artist, Margie Britz. Continue reading

ALL THE MORE REASON TO SPOIL THE OLD GEEZER ROTTEN

ALL THE MORE REASON TO SPOIL THE OLD GEEZER ROTTEN
Fathers Day has its origins in America - in fact though some states adopted the celebration from the mid 1900s - Americans can actually thank of all people, President Nixon, for making this a US national day of celebration in 1972. This is a more recent phenomenon in the UK but nonetheless an important addition to the calendar. Continue reading

TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT THESE FINE SPECIMENS

TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT THESE FINE SPECIMENS
We are showing Claire Moynihan's work once again in Norfolk by Design following on from a successful group show in December 2016. She hand-embroiders intricate British insects and invertebrates on to small spheres of alpaca felt. The individual works are impressive, dimensional and vibrant- the creatures look as if they've just alighted there for the moment, ready to take off. Continue reading

TOBY WINTERINGHAM AT HOUGHTON HALL THIS SUMMER

TOBY WINTERINGHAM AT HOUGHTON HALL THIS SUMMER
Norfolk by Design are thrilled to present Toby Winteringham's work here at Houghton Hall for the summer. We have a wonderful range of trays and magazine holders for sale as well as some more bespoke pieces, in particular a console table made of ancient Bog Oak from the Fenland area of North Norfolk. Continue reading

JUSTIN PARTYKA AT HOUGHTON HALL

JUSTIN PARTYKA AT HOUGHTON HALL
We are currently showing work from Justin Partyka at the pop-up exhibition, Norfolk by Design at Houghton Hall. You can see works from his “Field Work” series as well as “Some Trees”  a wonderful sky piece recently shown at Cley16, North Norfolk. Continue reading

CROCHETDERMY SHORTLISTED FOR JOHN RUSKIN PRIZE 2017

CROCHETDERMY SHORTLISTED FOR JOHN RUSKIN PRIZE 2017
Shauna Richardson's new crochetdermy piece called "The Wolf and the Lamb" has been shortlisted for the prestigious John Ruskin prize 2017. Winners will be announced on Tuesday 20th June at the Millennium Gallery, Sheffield. The shortlist exhibition, Master of all Trades, will be on display from 21st June – 8th October 2017. Continue reading
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