An exhibition inspired by Joseph Beuys 1982 work ‘7000 Oak Trees’, focussing on the celebration of trees. The Greenhouse Trust has invited Norfolk Open Studios artists to interpret this message: Re-imagine our homes, gardens, and cultural landscape as we reduce the impacts of climate change on an over-heating planet. We can all plant and maintain trees that improve the quality of life, cooling our homes and cities and help reverse the biodiversity crises. Street trees can be the most visual, the most accessible element of nature available to us. The exhibition is a wonderful way to see work by some of this year’s artists and an opportunity to engage with the climate emergency.

Venue: Greenhouse Gallery, 42-46 Bethel Street, Norwich, NR2 1NR

Opening time:

Open from 09/08/2022 11:00 am to 18/08/2022 4:00 pm

Email : tiggergreenhouse@gmail.com