25 May – 9 June
10am – 5pm
This year several WNAA members will be taking part in the Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios. Artists include Yvonne Autie, Esther Boehm, Helen Breach, Julie Clark, David Hardy, Patrick Hillard, Jasper Jacob, Helga Joergens, Barbara King, Peter Lawton, David Lendrum, Karen Wadham, Sue Welfare, Les Williams, Janette Williams and C. Julie Witt
This year there are 2 trails in the West Norfolk & King’s Lynn region:
Classed as a Pre-Raphaelite visionary Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898) was a key figure in Victorian art and achieved world wide fame and recognition during his lifetime. This was the first major retrospective of his to be held in London for over forty years.
‘Sanctuary’ by Jacqueline Bright
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.
(showing work from artists within a 50 mile radius)
100 Pieces of art (drawing, painting, print, photography, sculpture and pottery) all for sale from local artists at the Grimston Creative Arts Exhibition.
Free entry, free parking and a cafe on site. Open 10am till 4pm daily from the 30th April – 6th May.
Port de Pollenca Market by C.Julian Bull.
Art 21 Exhibition
The Dragonfly Gallery,
Wayland House, Watton, IP25 6AR
May 6th – 18th.
Weekdays 10:00am – 4:00pm
Saturdays 10:00am – 1:00pm.
The North Runcton Art Group are holding an exhibition on the stage of East Winch Village Hall on Saturday June 8th. There will be a facinating mix of very well known accomplished artists works together with some lovely, naive beginners works that have a natural charm of their own.
Provocative, confusing, intriguing, the street art in Berlin is impossible to ignore. Berlin is the capital of Germany but maybe also the street art capital of the western world.
Any blank wall is soon covered. However much of it is graffiti, tolerated but not widely admired.
Mallard Portrait by David Cook. Actual size is 3″ x 3″.
On Tuesday 12 February at Knights Hill, David Cook, one of our professional artists, gave a really informative and interesting talk to around 20 members of the Association. There were so many members talking to him and asking questions afterwards I was worried he was not going to be able to get away home!
30 March – 13 April
An inspiring, mixed media exhibition by members of Greyfriars Art Space.
10-4 Mon-Sat. Free admission.
43 St James Street, Kings Lynn, PE30 5BZ
(30 minutes free parking in St James St.)
Flying Solo by Barbara King
by Barbara King
Friday 26th April to Sunday 28th April.
10am to 5pm.
Ringstead Village Hall, High Street, Ringstead, PE36 5JU