Art For Cure are very excited to announce an exhibition of new work by the brilliant and hugely talented Jelly Green in the beautiful garden rooms of Somerleyton Hall with outdoor sculpture in the sunken white garden by ethereal sculptor Jeremy Moulsdale.
Jelly Green is a contemporary British painter who divides her time between her studio in Suffolk and London. She has been mentored by international artist Maggi Hambling since she was 16 years old. Her work is inspired by the natural world where she embraces painting in the great outdoors whether the rainforests of Brazil, the iris fields of Cedric Morris’ Benton End or the woodland and forests of her native Suffolk.
It is without doubt that Jelly is becoming an exciting new talent in the intenational art world and we are very priviliged to be showing a new body of her work for the first time. Don’t miss this unique exhibition whether for pleasure, investment or appreciation of this extraordinary young artist .
Jeremy Moulsdale was our best-selling sculptor at Glemham Hall in May 2018 . His sculpture is compatible with the beauty and gentle planting in Somerleyton’s white garden and we are delighted to have a large body of his affordable work to exhibit outdoors.
‘It is a delight for me to take a lump of clay or bag of plaster in my hands. To then mould, form, scrape and carve, until somehow a sculpture appears that speaks to me about the wonder of life. This is the amazing process that inspires me. Most of my work is cast as limited editions of metal resins or bronze, so they can go outdoors or inside and be enjoyed in a garden or natural setting. The work I make is a reflection of this sense of wonder and mystery. I sculpt figures that show a delight in life and have a lightness of spirit expressed in different ways, as they dance under the sky, talk with the birds or catch the falling stars.’
Jeremy Moulsdale 2018
PRIVATE VIEW TICKETS £25
Friday June 14th 2019 , 6pm - 10pm : available from 1st March 2019
Book now : www.artforcure.org.uk
SUGGESTED LOCAL ACCOMODATION
FRITTON LAKE RETREATS
These wood cabins are clustered in the gardens of the former Fritton Hall which was famous for its lakeside garden. There are still magnificent flowering rhododendrons and specimen trees but also some open glades. Here we have an eclectic mix of vintage and brand new, two, three and four bedroom woodland and lakeside cabins.
(Please note minimum 3 nights booking)
THE FRITTON ARMS (3.5m)
The hub of Fritton Lake resort, the Fritton Arms has nine individually-styled hotel rooms, a comfortable bar and a gastro pub restaurant serving a creative menu of locally sourced food
BARN OWL LODGE (0.5m)
Five self-contained open planned executive self-catering lodges, set within rural grounds.
DECOY BARN FRITTON (3.9m)
This contemporary B&B with south-facing garden is less than 1 mile from Fritton Lake.
The unfussy, airy rooms include free WiFi, iPod docks, flat- screen TVs and en suite bathrooms. They are all on the ground floor with hard floors and have direct access to the garden with views of Fritton Lake Country Park. Cooked breakfast is included and served in the breakfast room.
THE WOLF INN (2.5m)
A stylish boutique hotel in the heart of the Broads.
FURTHER AFIELD, THE NORTH NORFOLK COAST
THE HOSTE ARMS, Burnham Market
The Hoste Arms, dates back 400 years. There are also restaurants, a sheltered walled garden, fitness centre, Beauty Spa and luxury 20-seat cinema. The Hoste was recognised as one of the leading ‘cool hotels’ by The Times in 2017 as well as one of the top 25 best food destinations in the UK.
THE VICTORIA INN, HOLKHAM
Standing at the gateway to Holkham Hall and park, 'The Victoria is close to Holkham beach and National Nature Reserve and is the perfect base for discovering the windswept coastline, seaside towns and villages on the north Norfolk coast.
SEA MARGE HOTEL, near Cromer
Perched on the cliff tops of the beautiful North Norfolk coast, you will find an elegant Edwardian mansion steeped in history. This fine Grade II listed building, resplendent in 5 acres of terraced gardens is the ideal location from which you can discover the unique diversity of both coast and countryside.Perched on the cliff tops of the beautiful North Norfolk coast, you will find an elegant Edwardian mansion steeped in history. This fine Grade II listed building, resplendent in 5 acres of terraced gardens is the ideal location from which you can discover the unique diversity of both coast and countryside.
BRIARFIELDS HOTEL, TITCHWELL
Located in the heart of the peaceful North West Norfolk coastline near to Hunstanton, The Briarfields at Titchwell is a hidden gem. Pull off the A149 coastal road and enjoy our tranquil setting and warm welcome. Situated between RSPB Titchwell and Royal West Norfolk Golf course, both overlooking the beach at Brancaster, Briarfields offers peace and relaxation or as much outdoor activity as you choose.