Now showing as part of the Wiveton Cafe 2018 Collection, these 23 paintings feature in oil on board and gouache and distempera on paper show landscapes from the wonderful stretches of colour found in the farmlands of the Fens; crops of cabbages, daffodils, leeks and beans, potatoes and mustard in flower seed and the extraordinarily beautiful skies.
About the artist
Thelma Chambers is a graduate of the Ruskin School , Oxford and the Royal Academy Schools, and has exhibited in England Ireland and Portugal. Her work is in private and public collections in U.S.A. Ireland, United Kingdom and Portugal. “I was born and educated here in England and went to art school in Oxford ( the Ruskin School) and London (The Royal Academy Schools).
Situated on the North Norfolk coast between Blakeney and Cley-next-the-Sea, Wiveton Hall is a dreamy, flint-faced, Dutch-gabled, Jacobean manor house built in the 17th century. Its unique atmosphere, combined with the fabulous fresh food on offer in the café, make it one of North Norfolk’s favourite venues. There’s a vibrant café, a pick-your-own fruit farm, a wonderful shop, regular events, art exhibitions and beautiful gardens. There’s also fabulous holiday cottages in the grounds and you can stay in the West Wing of the Hall.
Whether you’re visiting North Norfolk or live nearby, a trip to Wiveton Hall is a must.