Opening Hours

Café, galleries and shop: Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm

House: Tuesday – Sunday 12  – 5pm

Free, timed entry tickets to the House are available at the information desk on arrival or online here.

Last entry to the House is at 4.30pm

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9 July 2019 – 22 September 2019

Ann-Marie James will present a new body of work made in response to Barbara Hepworth’s sculpture ‘Group of Three Magical Stones’ (1973).

The display includes a series of paintings, a series of prints and a patchwork quilt.

James reworks imagery from art history to investigate her own responses to individual artworks, to the artists that made them and to their themes and origins.

This display is located in the Kettle’s Yard House. Entry to the House is by free, timed tickets. Click here to find out more about visiting the House or to book a ticket online.

Please note that due to conservation and security reasons, no bags, including handbags, or large coats are allowed in the House.

About Ann-Marie James

Ann-Marie James (born 1981) lives and works in Suffolk. James studied MA Fine Art at Wimbledon College of Art (2010–12); Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design (2010) and BA (Hons) Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (2001–04).

James reworks imagery from art history to investigate her own responses to individual artworks, to the artists that made them, and to their themes and origins. She is interested in the idea of metamorphosis, and the connectedness of all things in an ongoing cultural conversation that stretches right back to ancient myth.

Her work is held in the collections of The British Museum, The British School at Rome, University of the Arts, London, and The Victoria and Albert Museum.

Access

The House is not fully wheelchair accessible. Ann-Marie James’ display is located in Helen Ede’s bedroom, which is upstairs in the cottages. There is no lift in the House. Please let a Visitor Assistant know if you would prefer not to use the spiral staircase and we can provide an alternative route into the House. For access information please visit our access page online or call 01223 748100.

There is a virtual tour of the House available online here.