Affordable Art, Crafts, Photography and Quirky Goods.
Naked in Norfolk opened its doors on the 1st October 2020. It quickly locked them again on the 4th November due to the Covid 19 lockdown!
Introducing a new e-commerce website and social media platform only for artists who live and work in Norfolk.
All our members will be selected for their talents from multiple genres such as painters, printers, ceramicists, sculptors, glass makers and photographers to name just a few.
To support Women and Health charity
Includes five local artists.
Five artists from the West Norfolk area have had paintings accepted for a fundraising exhibition to support the London charity ‘Women + Health’ which has been supporting isolated and vulnerable women, including those who are survivors of domestic violence and rape, for over 30 years.
You may have got used to seeing my textile paintings over the last few years. My primary passion is for weaving and textile design
A17 Si Smith
14 October – 27 November at Porch Gallery, Left Bank Leeds
Si is the son of member Mike Smith who wrote this introduction to the exhibition.
My son, Simon, is a professional illustrator and spends much of his leisure time simply drawing, as well as his illustration work.
My small gallery in Holme Hale, near Swaffham, is open by appointment.
All are welcome to visit with no obligation. [Covid precautions in place.]
11-24 September, 2020
West Acre Gallery’s inaugural Open Exhibition will take place this September, featuring the works of 27 Norfolk artists.
A New Art gallery for Ringstead
Some years ago, Ringstead lost the wonderful Art Gallery beside the Gin Trap Inn but now art is back, not in a historic or purpose-built building, but in the garage of a home.
We are continuing our appointment system as it is working so well.
A big thanks to all who have visited us so far.
If you would like to see the items we have in stock, we are inviting you, an individual or couple, to phone or email to make a date.
1-11 October 2020
Handa Gallery, Wells Maltings
Links & Layers is a group of eight individuals, all living and working in Norfolk. Formed in 2014, our regular meetings mutually encourage, support and motivate each other’s creative development. Through collaborative practice we learn and enrich our work whilst having fun and laughter together. We are committed to our art and keen to share it with others through exhibitions, dialogue and workshops.