West Norfolk Artists Association


Painting by Jane Hitchcock

Spring Exhibition

A Virtual Show by members of the Association

April 2021

You can view the exhibition either on the dedicated web page or as a short video. Most work is for sale. Follow the links below

Image: © Jane Hitchcock

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WNAA Exhibitions

The Association is not primarily an exhibiting group, but as part of promoting the work of its members usually has three exhibitions per year. Members are encouraged to enter work for these exhibitions and although all the shows are selected by curators we try where possible to include at least one work from all entrants.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Association has moved to online virtual exhibitions for the moment. You can view them from the links below.

2020 Exhibitions

 

SPRING EXHIBITION 2021. This is our latest online exhibition, opening on Friday 2nd April. The links below will take you to it, where you can browse fifty-one pieces of artwork, most of which is for sale.

Visit our Spring Exhibition webpage See our 2021 Spring Exhibition video

AUTUMN EXHIBITION 2020. This is an online exhibition which opened on Saturday 7th November 2020. The links below will take you to it, where you can browse fifty-two pieces of artwork.

Visit our Autumn Exhibition webpage See our Autumn Exhibition video

SUMMER EXHIBITION 2020. This is an online exhibition and it opened for viewing on Saturday 22nd August. The links below will take you to it, where you can enjoy seventy pieces of artwork.

Visit our 2020 Summer Exhibition webpage See our 2020 Summer Exhibition video

WNAA Art Challenges

During the pandemic, the Association has been setting the membership a variety of art challenges, to keep everyone making artwork in these difficult times. The challenge entries can be viewed from the links below. We hope you enjoy our members efforts!

Art Challenge - Inspired by Music Art Challenge - On the Beach Art Challenge - Abstract or Flowers, the artist's choice Art Challenge - Norfolk in the style of a French Impressionist

Looking to the Future

Nobody knows how long the coronavirus pandemic will last, but we hope that later in the year it will be possible once again to visit a WNAA exhibition and see the actual artwork rather than an image on a screen.