Rhonda Whitehead trained at the Royal College of Art and initially worked in moving sculptures, with exhibitions in this country as well as in Holland and Canada. But the Norfolk countryside inspired her to look more closely at nature when she and her husband started spending weekends in the county.
“With nature all around me it opened my eyes to the very fragile nature of the countryside”, she said.
The couple have made their home at Redenhall. She has an exhibition at the nearby Harleston Gallery and will also have her studio open as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival for a week from May 14.
Mary Rudd, Eastern Daily Press, Monday, May 9, 2005.