The Frim Folk art group are a small art collective made up of artists, ceramicists and printmakers. They are from all over the UK and moved to Lincolnshire, where they met because of their love of art. Each artist has a unique style, influenced by different life experiences and very different approaches.
This new exhibition is titled ‘Somehow, somebody, somewhere’.
Life’s key questions are; How? Who? Where? They're exhibition celebrates their journey, the people and events that have influenced them, changing their road maps to lead them to their destinations so far. Ordinary lives full of extraordinary events and ordinary, extraordinary people who somehow, found somebody, somewhere they want to be.
Their work will not provide the answers to life’s big questions, instead they hope that they can add a little joy, a little treasure and new discoveries which other ordinary, extraordinary people can hold, see and enjoy every ordinary, extraordinary day
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This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.Check admission prices
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Admission charges apply National Trust Members - FREE
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Gunby Hall and Gardens
Join us between Saturday 2 December through to Saturday 23 December for Christmas. This Christmas we invite you enjoy 'Christmas at the Movies'. Each room will be seasonally decorated. Can you guess all the movies?
Spend time with the House team to see the conservation work they usually do while the House is closed to free flow visitors. Includes a hot drink and a tasty slice of cake from the tea-room.
Shake off the January gloom and come along to Gunby on 'Blue Monday'. Join on a social walk around the garden. The walk will be lead by one of the garden tour volunteers, so plenty of opportunity to ask questions.