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Bounty of the Burnhams Film by Award Winning Garrett & Garrett

Film by Award Winning Garrett & Garrett– SALTglassstudios©2014

SALT glass studios – Highly Commended Award Glass Art Prize 2013 
Bounty of the Burnhams Through Glass Exhibition Project

Art/Crop/Plant/Memory Project: Shared Substances-Imagery-Memories

Bounty of the Burnhams (I) – 1 Dec. 2013 – 4 Jan. 2014

In partnership with Norfolk Saffron, Plumbe & Maufe Farm & Jon Brown GTP 10 2 LOGOT

SALT are running a series of exhibitions entitled Bounty of the Burnhams Through Glass exploring the Burnham landscape’s diverse crops and food economies, from saffron, grains, fruits, sugar beet, shell fish to samphire and this rich cultural currency which establishes a network of recurring imagery, shared substances and memories within the region. The next Bounty of the Burnhams Through Glass is planned for Summer 2014. Local Farmers, producers and practitioners interested participating this year please contact SALT.

Bounty of the Burnhams (I) – 1 Dec. 2013 – 4 Jan. 2014 

Working closely with Burnham farmers and producers this first exhibition explores through a series of glass-print work the revival of Norfolk Saffron by Dr Sally Francis in Burnham Norton, Nina Plumbe’s unique heritage orchards Plumbe & Maufe Farm in Burnham Overy Town and Jon Brown’s harvested mussels from Burnham Deepdale & Norton Creek.

The exhibition Private View (30/11/13) included:

Opened by Isabel Vasseur – ArtOffice

Gin Garden – Unique drink and cocktail bar inspired by Burnham crops and plants Garrett & Garrett – Award Winning film company – collecting guests memories Unthank Supper Club – Culinary creations inspired by Burnham crops & shellfish Menu SALT – Glass demonstrations and invited guest creating glass art works

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Bounty of the Burnhams Exhibition December 2013

‘Bounty of the Burnhams Through Glass’

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SALT’s Gallery December exhibition ‘Bounty of the Burnhams Through Glass’ is in association with local farmers and producers including Norfolk Saffron, Plumbe & Maufe Fruit Farm, Unthank Supper Club.

The exhibition explores a series glass and print works celebrating the Burnham landscape’s diverse crops and food economies, from saffron, grain, fruit, shell fish to samphire, and this unique and rich cultural currency which establishes a network of recurring imagery of shared substances, memories and histories within the region.

Bounty of the Burnhams Through Glass will also showcase Open Studio and Free Demonstrations giving the public an unique opportunity to view directly the glass-print work being created throughout December 2013.