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The Sea, the Limitless Skies

The Sea, the Limitless Skies

Sarah Paramor is the first artist/maker that C&C have invited to showcase her work as part of our look at the cultural sector on a national level. Sarah currently lives in Applecross, West Scotland and has exhibited nationally and internationally and is  regular contributor to Craft Scotland. See  more of her work this summer in Rock Paper Scissors in the Stables at Houghton Hall, running alongside an exhibition of sculpture by Tony Cragg

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Creative Moves in 2021

Creative Moves in 2021

We are delighted to continue to work with a selection of established and new artists and makers in 2021. We are also working hard in reaching out to new creative talent from our area, east of England. Some are struggling to keep up their practice under the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions but many are working on creative expressions of hope.

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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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For a Great Christmas and Creative 2021

For a Great Christmas and Creative 2021

Very best wishes for Christmas and the New Year to all our friends, customers and those artists we've met and worked with over this past year. Join our mailing list and be the first to hear about our 2021 events or add something unique to your home from our Anglian Collection

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Search our collection for a unique gift this Christmas

Search our collection for a unique gift this Christmas

Take a look through our collection of paintings, prints, drawings and collages if you are searching for a gift this year. Maybe you need a sculptural work to add to your collection or looking for a unique stocking filler for a loved one. Order today and get a guaranteed delivery for Christmas.

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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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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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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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