Category Archives: Exhibitions

Artfolk of Norfolk

A group of 6 WNAA members have been selected to stage an exhibition at the West Acre theatre from 9th March – 4th May 2020.
Selected for their extraordinary talents, these award-winning artists shine out within their own media that includes jewellery & digital art, lino printing, acrylics, pastels, watercolours and oils.

Companions in Colour

Waiting for Daddy by Stina Burger

Waiting for Daddy by Stina Burger

An Exploration of Colour and Light Through the work of Hugo Grenville and his Alumni

WNAA member, Stina Burger,  will be showing her work alongside Hugo Grenville and other course students in this exhibition.

28th January – 2nd February 2020

Port-2-Port

Port-2-Port

Kate Giles Now I

Port-2-Port is a pair of connected art exhibitions that forge new cultural links between what were once two great ports. In medieval times the two port towns of Great Yarmouth and King’s Lynn were major players in English seaborne trade, the former broadly facing the Low Countries and also focused on fishing, the latter facing the Hanseatic League ports in the Baltic and with onward trade routes inland.

North Runcton Art Group

Christmas arts & crafts exhibition & sale

Saturday November 30th & Sunday 1st December 10.30 – 3.30

The Village Meeting Place, (opposite the church)

North Runcton, Kings Lynn, PE330RB.

Unique christmas gifts & cards by local artists, photographers & crafters.

Free entry and free parking

Coastline

Image by Mary Thatcher

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

Port-2-Port

left: Bridget Heriz The Great Mother with Manchild,
right: Kate Giles Now I

Port-2-Port is a pair of connected art exhibitions that forge new cultural links
between what were once two great ports. In medieval times the two port towns
of Great Yarmouth and King’s Lynn were major players in English seaborne
trade, the former broadly facing the Low Countries and also focused on fishing,
the latter facing the Hanseatic League ports in the Baltic and with onward trade
routes inland.

You missed it!

Back View
by Helen Breach

On her first attempt to be selected for the Annual exhibition of  the Institute of East Anglia Artists, Helen Breach was successful with one painting.  Helen’s painting ‘Back View’ marked a return to oil paints, a media she hasn’t used for many years.  Unfortunately, the exhibition, held at Picturecraft in Holt, has now finished (it was on from 20th – 31st October) – you’ve just missed it!

The Institute of East Anglia Artists has a completely different organisational ethos to the West Norfolk Artists. To become a member of the IEA, artists need to have work selected for IEA exhibitions on more than one occasion, from which point they can be nominated for Provisional Membership.