Surrey Unearthed

Unearthed by Amanda Loomes LG at The National Trust’s Leith Hill Place, 6th  – 22nd July as part Surrey Unearthed programme.

Surrey Unearthed is a programme of ten linked projects exploring the natural materials beneath our feet through sculpture, installation, film, and writing. Amanda Loomes of The London Group is one of the ten. Amanda is exhibiting Unearthed an experimental digital documentary that brings to light the people who work in the sandpits of the Surrey Hills, people who sometimes slip through the fingers of history

The exhibition opens to the public at the beautiful Leith Hill Place this Friday 6th July and runs until Sunday 22nd July, open Friday – Sunday 11am – 5pm.
Click here for access and directions.
National Trust members free, Adults £6 and children £3.

On Tuesday 10th July, 5 – 7.30 pm, Amanda will be giving an artist’s talk at an artists networking event. The event is free to attend for details and booking click here.

The Surrey Unearthed programme celebrates the importance of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its rich history of local industry, farming and culture shaped by the use of natural materials over time from historic settlements to Capability Brown landscapes and Arts & Crafts architecture.

Connecting people with their local landscapes, the artists engage others in their exploration of chalk, sand, clay, grass, wood, and earth. The artists’ research will unearth hidden insights into a particular material, its uses over time and relevance today. The works can be seen at various sites across the Surrey Hills and there is much more information about the projects and events on their extensive website