‘Affordable and local art and photography’
Online shop and gallery
The naked eye and affordable art come together.
Unique, local, original art, photography, cards and prints by some of Norfolk’s finest budding and established artists
NB you need to book online. https://raveninghamsculpturetrail.com
Helen Breach is exhibiting her sculpture ‘Retweet’ among the installations to be found along the trail.
This is the official description of ‘Retweet’;
The first 11thour took place on 11 October. It was a magical night. The horrendous showers didn’t dampen the spirit of the evening. There were performances, exhibitions, light shows and more at several venues in King’s Lynn.
We, cusp (Alison Dunhill, Lydia Haines, Helen Breach and Esther Boehm), ran a workshop at the Ceremony Room of Hanse House. Starting with organic, inorganic & found materials including bicycle parts. The first step was building a frame. Then things started to move up and out.
Saturday November 30th & Sunday 1st December 10.30 – 3.30
The Village Meeting Place, (opposite the church)
North Runcton, Kings https://www.physionow.ca/klonopin-online/ Lynn, PE330RB.
Unique christmas gifts & cards by local artists, photographers & crafters.
Free entry and free parking
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.
Our annual Summer Exhibition at St Nicholas Chapel, King’s Lynn was a little later than usual this year, due to the Chapel not being available for our usual King’s Lynn Festival slot. However, we still had plenty of visitors to the show and there were good sales of the exhibited https://buyxenical120.com works.
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.