Created over a period of more than five decades, this exhibition follows artist John Hitchens’ journey of artwork development ‘from early descriptive paintings to increasingly abstract ways of interpreting landscape, reducing its forms to lines, circles and patterns.’
With his work becoming influenced by photographing landscape, Hitchens gained awareness of land as a two-dimensional composition and was able to develop his painting. This exhibition includes work which has never been seen by the public before.
Nature’s very own art exhibition, and one like no other; visit the famous Exbury Gardens for one of their Guided Bird Watching Walks this spring. Join bird expert, Tony for a walk around the beautiful gardens to see where Exbury’s bird wildlife resides.
Showcasing the collection of avid art collector, Alexander Walker, which was left to the British Museum, this exhibition spans almost one hundred years of modern art with over two hundred works.
With drawings from artists including Henri Matisse, Veja Clemins and David Hockney to name a few, this collection exhibits a variety of working methods, experimentation and development in styles and techniques of these artists.
Book your tickets for this wonderful concert from the world-class symphony orchestra ‘Philharmonic’. The programme features one of today’s most exciting young pianists, Daniel Kharitonov, taking direction from conductor Pablo Heras-Casado, with three vivid Russian works.
With almost one thousand years of history, the iconic Winchester Cathedral is home to a number of art works well worth visiting. This tour will allow close up interactions with several of the works from artists including Cecil Collins, Sophie Hacker and Justin Knowles.
Follow the footsteps of the legendary Jane Austen as you stroll through the quaint, country village of Chawton. A series of short readings from Austen’s novels and letters will bring her world to life throughout the walk, visiting the places of great importance in influencing her writing.
The perfect setting to say farewell to the Proms. Bring a picnic and some champagne to Hillier’s beautiful gardens, as you listen to the Southampton Concert Orchestra in celebration of the final night of the Proms.
Conducted by Paul Ingram, this concert will feature music from Tchaikovsky, Coates and John Williams, amongst others. The evening will end with a fantastic firework display you’re sure to remember.
For lovers of nature, history and amazing food, why not make our home your home for an unforgettable New Forest stay this Spring? You can explore everything that the New Forest has to offer and discover so much more.
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