West Acre Gallery, Abbey Farm, River Road, West Acre PE32 1UA
19 – 25 May 2021
11:00 – 4:00
Artist in Residence. An improvisatory experience. There will be no crib sheets or explanations. This will be a time for raw unmediated artworks to develop from bare walls.
5. Le Strange Terrace, Hunstanton
Opening exhibition May 2nd
12 noon -7pm.
A new venture in an old coal shed.
Naked Norfolk at the The Coal Shed Gallery
Featuring several WNAA artists and some new surprising talent.
StewsArt has some of his artwork on display for one month in Downham Market at Bluebells Florists – quality gifts and traditional sweet shop.
The Garage Studio
44 Docking Road, Ringstead, PE36 5LA
Open Thursday to Sunday 1.00pm – 5.00pm
Hanneke Robson and her husband Derek moved to the village of Ringstead in 2018 after several years of living ‘on the move’ in a motorhome. Passionate about bringing the natural landscape back to rural England they embarked on a project to rewild an acre of land along Peddars Way South, near their home in Ringstead. To pay for this scheme, Hanneke had another project in mind, to open a small gallery in the village, showing both her own work as an artist and photographer and the work of other local artists.
Me working on one of the paintings NORFOLK HEDGEROWS
Paintings of Wild Flowers by Barbara King at the Creake Abbey Café
14th April to 12th September 2021
At last! One year late almost to the day, my exhibition climbed onto the walls at the Creake Abbey Café, North Creake. (www.creakeabbey.co.uk).I had spent the preceding months planning a layout which would create a bright, colourful and uplifting display, and working on the paintings some of which had to be large enough to take on that enormous south wall where they are hung way up high.
Pauline Wrighton and Alison D’Oyley
29th May -6th June
WNAA members’ Pauline Wrighton and Alison D’Oyley are taking part in the upcoming North Norfolk Open Studios starting end of May Bank Holiday weekend. Part of the Fakenham Area Art Trail, both artists live and work in Hindolveston.
When I was studying at university, it was a time when health and safety was just beginning to be a big deal. We did wear our Mickey Mouse ears when using power tools and respirators when working with resins and solvents. However, this practice wasn’t generally carried out when one wasn’t working.
SOLO ART EXHIBITION
12-17 APRIL 2021, West Acre Gallery
My first solo exhibition will take place at West Acre gallery 12th – 17th April 2021.
This week-long showcase will include a diverse portfolio of my oil paintings, pastel works and linocuts.
14th, 21st and 28th April
‘Affordable and local art and photography’
Online shop and gallery
The naked eye and affordable art come together.
Unique, local, original art, photography, cards and prints by some of Norfolk’s finest budding and established artists
“The Party’s Over” (what happened next?!)
What have I done?!
Setting a challenge to produce a piece of artwork so depicting how you feel about your favourite piece of music.
Well, it was a challenge for me, as I dare say for many of you.