From July 24th 2011 through to September 28th 2011 you can see some of the pictures from Shropshire Butterflies – a poetic and artistic guide to the butterflies of Shropshire, hung in the barn-converted tea room of Dudmaston Hall. (please be aware the tea room is closed on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays).
Dudmaston Hall, information below is from the National Trust website:
Quatt, near Bridgnorth, Shropshire WV15 6QN
Telephone: 01746 780866
Dudmaston offers something unexpected in the Shropshire countryside, a house that provides a classical setting for a collection of modern and contemporary art. The modern art galleries were assembled by diplomat Sir George Labouchere, while his wife Rachel showed off her collections of botanical drawings and watercolours. Outside, the established gardens are a stunning backdrop to art sculptures. The Big Pool is the perfect setting for a short walk with stunning views of the house. The wider estate offers miles of walking routes and can be enjoyed year-round from the new car parks.