Discover indoor colour this spring

Upton Backs to the Future exhibition displays the hidden side of paintings © Mike Perry

Upton Backs to the Future exhibition displays the hidden side of paintings

This spring colour isn’t only outdoors with the flowers in our gardens, it is bursting to life indoors too.

For all things shiny head to Belton House, in Lincolnshire, to see a contemporary silver exhibition from The Goldsmiths’ Company featuring the work of artist silversmith Angela Cork. On special days you will be able to meet Angela and watch as she creates a unique piece just for Belton.

Picture perfect

Over at Hanbury Hall, in Worcestershire, there are not one, but five exhibitions in the Long Gallery: Birmingham Arts, Julie Meese, Gallery 12, Alan Jackson and Takumasu Ono will all be displaying their work for you to enjoy.

Artist Charron Pugsley-Hill is taking up residency at Lyveden New Bield, in Northamptonshire, in March and June. Her colourful paintings will be displayed in the tea-room and bring to life all the different colours of Lyveden.

A new season of contemporary art has started at Warwickshire’s Upton House and Gardens. The new exhibition for April onwards, These people prefer Shell, has strong links to the Bearsted family  and takes a look at some of the advertising campaigns and original artworks from the golden age of motoring.

See the unseen

Brockhampton Estate, in Herefordshire, have an expert dendrochronologist and building archaeologist working together to reveal the origins of the medieval manor house. Discover more from mid-July when a further six rooms are opened as part of the Brockhampton Revealed project.

Many of our places are sharing unseen collections and opening new rooms for you to explore, find out where you can discover something new this spring.