Kate Vogler, fern vessel – Norfolk By Design, Into the Woods exhibition 2016 ©

Into the Woods is an exhibition organised by Norfolk by Design around an informal network of Norfolk-based artists, designer makers and craftspeople.

The art pieces will be on display in a rural setting honouring Norfolk’s quality of light, landscape, wildlife and coast. The exhibition title references the seasonal splendour of Norfolk’s woodland at this time of year.

This special show will feature an impressive range of work, including paintings, drawings, photography, textiles, glassware, hand-finished wooden bowls and cutting boards, lights and lanterns, handmade ceramics, decorative shell work (home page image by Carolyn Brookes-Davies) and bespoke mirrors and handmade furniture.


Cornelia Fitzroy, Burnham Overy, Scolt Head – Norfolk By Design, Into the Woods exhibition 2016 ©

Norfolk’s natural environment will be explored in landscapes depicted in jewel colours by Linda Jamieson. And Cornelia Fitzroy‘s work is a direct response to the changing colours, light, weather and seasons (pictured left).

There will be joyous landscapes populated by her dynamic diminutive figures by Lucy Loveheart and cunningly crafted animal sculptures by Crochetdermy.

Cazalet’s works are signified by their representation of nature using vibrant colours and abstract composition creating striking designs.


Salt Glass Studio, mussel platter – – Norfolk By Design, Into the Woods exhibition 2016 ©

Into the Woods will be a rare opportunity for visitors to buy original works of art, as well as handcrafted objects and home décor, straight from the best of Norfolk’s artists, craftspeople and designer-makers.

It will be a heady mix displayed on a domestic scale, in a beautifully designed setting.


Catherine Cazalet – Norfolk By Design, Into the Woods exhibition 2016 ©

More about the organisers…

Norfolk by Design was established by Davina Barber in recognition that Norfolk-based artists and craftspeople were not getting their work seen. Aided and abetted by co-curators Paul Vater and Paul Barratt, they are redefining Norfolk as a place where creative people can thrive.

Article is contributed by Paul Vater.



Into the Woods opens from 10am to 5pm, Friday 2 December to and Sunday 4 December.


Priory House, Langham Road, Field Dalling near Holt NR25 7LG.

For more information, visit Norfolk By Design



Helena Lunch, furniture designer – Norfolk By Design, Into the Woods exhibition 2016 ©

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