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Exhibition brings together arts and farming

PUBLISHED: 15:25 26 September 2018 | UPDATED: 15:25 26 September 2018

Jason Gathorne-Hardy, curator/director of the Alde Valley Spring Festival, standing outside the Seasonal Reception Room, and next to a sculpture, Bull's Head, by his Aunt Juliet. Picture: JASON GATHORNE-HARDY

Jason Gathorne-Hardy, curator/director of the Alde Valley Spring Festival, standing outside the Seasonal Reception Room, and next to a sculpture, Bull's Head, by his Aunt Juliet. Picture: JASON GATHORNE-HARDY

Jason Gathorne-Hardy

A farmer-cum-artist based near Saxmundham is holding a craft exhibition until October 7.

Jason Gathorne-Hardy’s Cornucopia exhibition at White House Farm, Great Glemham, brings together heritage crafts, farming and the arts in a working farmed environment and is part of Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival Fringe.

It is one of several art projects managed by Alde Valley Spring Festival Ltd, including a residency programme supporting drawing, sculpture, painting, sound and music composition and writing.

The open studios include a knife maker, sea glass jewellery, ceramics, ceramic tiles, rushwork, leather handbags and shoulderbags, wooden bowls and spoons, and an exhibition of traditional Suffolk chairs, both ancient and modern, as well as paintings.

The workspaces are open for visitors at weekends and there is a tea room.

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