A talk by Barbara King for the Ringstead Village Club
The Norwich School of Painters were a group of artists living and painting in Norwich in the late 18th and early 19th century. They included John Crome, John Sell Cotman, and others who can justifiably be considered masters of 19th century British art and they formed the Norwich Society of Artists which was the first and longest lasting provincial artists association to hold regular exhibitions in Britain.
Norfolk Creative Arts are currently taking applications for the Grimston Creative Arts Exhibition at Norfolk Creative Arts, Church Hill School from the 30th April till the 6th May. You can submit 3 pieces with the application form which can be downloaded from the front page of the website www.norfolkcreativearts.co.uk or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline is the 31st March and all the terms and conditions can be found with the form.
If we have a long cold spring this exhibition is the thing to cheer, full of bright flowers in many styles, botanical, abstract, still life, glass, textile, artists include:
SUE JOHNSTON; SUSANNE LAKIN; MAUREEN CHERRY; JOAN WOOLL; MARY THATCHER; HEATHER TILLEY; EDITH RABBY; LIZZY HARVEY; SUE ANGLE; JENY WALDING; MAUREEN PARRY; JANE IRONSIDE
Exhibition continues until Saturday 27 April.
Tues to Sat – 10am to 4pm.
Wednesday 20 March to Tuesday 2 April,
10 am to 4 pm daily
Alison is an artist living and working in North Norfolk, inspired mostly by nature. Using a combination of pen, watercolour, original print and occasionally hand stitch, detailed drawings are a particular feature of her work. Alison is a member of WNAA and Links & Layers.
Is it true that Shakespeare, himself, graced the stage of St. George’s Guildhall Theatre in 1592? Hard to believe when looking at this Grade I listed building in need of much love, care and renovation. But yes, it is true!
By Helga Joergens, Ringstead 2019
This text is based on the talk I gave to artists of the West Norfolk Artists Association in October 2018. It contains information and tips about the materials and processes involved in mounting and framing works of art on paper in a way that follows three principles:
Clouds of Wondermesh® netting studded with copper, china and string. Plaster tablets embedded with electrical and plumbing residues. Surprising materials cascading out from wedding cake pillars. Artist Alison Dunhill upcycles domestic and industrial ephemera and detritus of the city into objects of beauty.