I’m sure I have mentioned before how lucky I am to have a lovely daughter living in the Cote D’Azure, and on my visits to see her, how we put aside a day to visit a museum of my choice.
“Helen and I enjoyed 2 separate visits to the Sainsbury Centre in Norwich UEA. The most recent being Elisabeth Frink (1930-1993) exhibition which started 13th October to the 24th February 2019. Elizabeth Frink we hadn’t come across before but a most original artist living a Bohemian life in the 1950s and dedicated to her sculpture work, this relating to the horrors of the Second World War. The combination of human and animal sculptures were quite unnerving and fascinating at the same time.
A fantastic range of stall holders including jewellry, hand made cards, soft furnishing, turned wood and sweet treats!
EAAA will also be holding a fewstive stall!
In the Shakespeare Barn, Michele Summers’ greeting and explanation of activities got everyone into the creative mood.
Lorraine Bewick returns with her third solo exhibition of oil paintings at Greyfriars Art Space.
Inspired by the Norfolk coastline and surrounding areas, Lorraine captures the sense of space, light and atmosphere within her work.
Open daily, 10am-4.30pm, from Friday 5 October until Sunday 14 October.
Taking place at London’s Espacio Gallery between 9 – 14 October, to coincide with World Mental Health Day on 10 October, (In)visible will see the coming together of
a group of international, emerging and accomplished artists who express life’s difficulties through artwork created as and for self-expression, communication and
The West Norfolk Artist Association in partnership with King’s Lynn Festival have put together a wonderful range of art activities to celebrate Heritage Open Day; including drop-in creative sessions, workshops, demonstrations, and a heritage treasure trail for all.