What's on at the Rodd

OPEN UNTIL 29 SEPTEMBER

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EXHIBITIONS AT THE RODD

Inside Rodd Court and The Gallery

EXHIBITIONS

Fishing at The Rodd

Enjoy fishing in our beautiful stretch of the Hindwell Brook

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OUR ONLINE SHOP IS NOW OPEN

Selling Books, Cards And Other Items

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HIDDEN GEMS: painting with light

Painting with Light is a new project by the Sidney Nolan Trust. Funded through Herefordshire’s a Great Place, the project which focuses on young people will explore Sidney Nolan’s Polaroid photographs and his early use of digital imagery and editing.

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SIR SIDNEY NOLAN

‘Nolan has pursued his own path. His predominantly figurative style has been an aesthetic refuge for eyes and minds bored by abstraction. His imagination is endlessly questing and his artistic and technical invention perhaps unparalleled.’ Jane Clark, 1987

Self-taught and experimental, from the outset Nolan was resolutely modern.

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RODD COURT

Rodd Court is the historic manor house at the heart of our estate that sits astride the
English / Welsh border.

Acquiring Rodd Court reunites the original estate and enables us to progress plans to fully realise Sidney and Mary's vision for the Trust they founded

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The Nolan 100

A birthday tribute to Sidney Nolan from 100 individuals worldwide.                   

In 2017 we invited people who knew Sidney, worked with him, or have been influenced by his work or his legacy to choose a ‘favourite’ Nolan work and tell us why.

No 62. Head - Celia Johnson

I was preparing to write about a different painting; I’m drawn to Sidney Nolan’s beautifully strange and often disquieting…

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No 96. Digital image - Joe Studholme

This post-Ned Kelly image was one of a planned portfolio of prints, which sadly was never published. It was to have been…

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No 63. Myth Rider - Desmond Browne

The first moment I saw Myth Rider conjured to mind a photograph in Alan Moorehead’s account of Gallipoli published in …

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