Category Archives: Exhibitions

Spring Exhibition in Pictures

100 works by 56 artists were exhibited by the West Norfolk Artists Association at Thornham Village Hall from 30 March to 2 April 2018. Here are a few impressions:

Plaster, Parquet & Pillars

WNAA member Alison Dunhill will be exhibiting her latest work in a solo show at King’s Lynn’s historic Arts Centre in April.

The exhibition, Plaster, Parquet & Pillars, will run from Sunday 15th to Saturday 21st April, open every day from 12 noon until 4pm, at the Fermoy Gallery in the Arts Centre complex in King Street.

Thelma Chambers at Wiveton Café

Autumn Fields. Gouache and Distempera

Now showing  as part of the Wiveton Cafe 2018 Collection, these 23 paintings feature in  oil on board and gouache and distempera on paper show landscapes from the wonderful stretches of colour found in the farmlands of the Fens; crops of cabbages, daffodils, leeks and beans, potatoes and mustard in flower seed and the extraordinarily beautiful skies.

WNAA Spring Exhibition

The Race by Barbara King

Thornham Village Hall
30 March – 2 April
10am – 5pm
Preview 30 March 12 noon – 2pm

This prestigious Art Association is celebrating its 17th year, and once again invites you to join them at their Spring Exhibition at Thornham.

Sketch by West Norfolk Artist Helen Breach

New Beginnings

The Dragonfly Gallery opens it’s 2018 season with New Beginnings, a mixed media exhibition featuring artists across Norfolk. The theme is renewal: the start of something new.
Ceramics and sketches by West Norfolk Artist Helen Breach are amongst works responding to New Beginnings.

March News from Greyfriars Art Space

Matchbox Birds Fish and Butterfies

EXHIBITION by TONY BELLARS
24 February – 10 March

Don’t miss ‘A CHATTERING MELANGE’

Tony Bellars third solo exhibition at Greyfriars Art Space, with new and a few favourites, this show should delight everyone with it’s quirky humour and colourful pallet!! Well worth a visit!!

Ely Cathedral

War to End all Wars Exhibition

100 banners in black, red and white on cotton and hessian form an installation at Ely Cathedral throughout February. Some are painted, others appliquéd, printed or embroidered. The banners hang from a four sided bamboo constructed platform on 3 levels in an airy cascade. Of the 17 artists who are members of Ouse Life Cambridgeshire, WNAA artist Ann Froshaug painted 7 of the 100 banners. There are also pictures around the walls of the beautiful side chapel. The range of work is gruelling and moving and lovely, well worth a visit.