As you may have seen on the WNAA Facebook page Helen and I have been in the Isles of Scilly for a weeks R&R. I can recommend the islands as being a very interesting place to visit. We hadn’t been before, but you do need to be reasonably fit as walking is the only entertainment, but certainly very special. The Tresco island is the most interesting with lots of sea history and the gardens built on the side of a hill are splendid with plants and flora from around the world.
Bonnard: Braque: Degas: Dufy: Kisling: Lautrec: Matisse: Modigliani: Marquet: Monet: Marie Laurencin: Pascin: Picasso: Renoir: Zandomeneghi:
Names to conjure up images in your imagination and a Not to be missed exhibition in Le Cannet this year at Musee Bonnard.
A brilliant, mixed media exhibition by thirty-five artists from across East Anglia.
Exhibition open: 10am – 4pm, Monday-Saturday from Saturday 28 September – Saturday 12 October.
Admission is free.
Everyone is welcome.
Greyfriars Art Space, 43 St James Street, King’s Lynn, PE30 5BZ
Several of our members spent the day at the Fermoy Gallery on Heritage Day demonstrating and engaging visitors in various activities. 670 people came through! We were there partly to flag up West Norfolk Artists Association, to help get the gallery space noticed and of course to encourage participation in the arts. We had a mini exhibition as well showing work by those who were involved.
The 2019 Spring Exhibition which took place over the Easter weekend was a success with 118 pieces from 61 artists plus mounted work and cards.
Thornham village hall is a great venue. It’s light, airy and has good facilities.