Open daily 10am-5.30pm Free entry
60 new works by Norfolk artists
From the curator Marion Stuart
(One night only)
Otto Hussain and friends will be
presenting a ‘One-Night Only’ film night at
Greyfriars Art Space’ on Sunday 9 July
You are warmly invited to the opening of FLATLANDS , a group exhibition featuring recent work by Hazel Albarn, Rhona Fleming, Andrew Olley, Ellen Sampson, Nick Sampson and Christopher Skinner.
July 22 to August 5
Open daily 10.30am–4.00pm.
Now in its 16th year, the West Norfolk Artists Association draws members from all over West Norfolk and beyond. With more than 100 active artists, they produce work in a myriad of different mediums and styles, both traditional and contemporary.
We [ Art 21 ] are again holding our annual exhibition at Thornham Village Hall on 11th, 12th and 13th August.
The following who are also WNAA members will be exhibiting:
Kit Price Moss
1 to 8 July at Greyfriars Art Space
An exhibition of oil painting by Sue Payne and Margaret Waller, where oil paint is used in two very different ways, with one artist painting Alla Prima (in one session) and one artist taking several weeks of layering and scraping back the paint. These painting methods are worlds apart, but meet and collide to create a fascinating collection of paintings.
The Society of Graphic Fine Art
6-18 June 2017
Open daily 11am-6pm
6 June, 2017 6-9pm
The society was established in 1919 with origins in the etching class of the London Central School of Arts and Crafts.
An Exhibition of Work
by the ALL SAINTS PAINTERS
June 10th – June 25th 2017 10am-5pm daily.
Once again the All Saints Painters are holding their annual exhibition in STOKE FERRY CHURCH during the month of June with the kind permission of their patron Mr Kit Hesketh-Harvey. This year there are some more changes to the familiar line-up.
Many mathematical constructs have an artistic appeal. This exhibition explores the way that these constructs can have a beauty of their own, captured in photographic images. On other occasions mathematics is used to alter the way we view an image.
Mathematics is part of the natural environment and this exhibition uses parts of the natural environment to create mathematical symbols. You will be able to see a “Natural Pi”, a “Garden Pi” and a “Sand Pi” as well as illustrations of mathematical spirals.