For over forty years my interest in painting has continued to flourish and I have continued to experiment with various techniques and mediums. I also studied Art and Photography to advanced levels through college courses and developed skills in various media and subject matter through the wonderful classes taught by Helena Anderson from whom I learned so much, over a period of five years or more, as did many other student artists, many of whom are still painting today.
Open 10 – 4, Saturday 2nd to Thursday 7th July inclusive
Members Tom Sharp, John Walker and Lesley Williams will be joining together for an exhibition at the lovely little gallery at West Acre the first week of July and it would be so nice if any of you can come along to see us there.
Our first exhibition this year, held over the Easter weekend, was a great success with 430 visitors over the 4 days. It was so nice to be back at Thornham after three years and the weather was very kind to us, which made it even better. Thanks to all who made this happen – the helpers and invigilators, as well as Izzy Wingham and John Lawson, who curated this time.
Lesley Williams is exhibiting some of her work in a pop-up shop at Dalegate Market, Burnham Deepdale PE31 8FB until Wednesday 5th April and would be delighted if any members are able to visit. There are other pop-ups, as well as some lovely shops and a cafe on site, so plenty to see and do.
Richard K Blades is a professional Artist and tutor and can often be found painting in the Norfolk countryside, chasing the Indian yellows and fire reds of an Autumn sunset or creating textured impressions of the North Sea Coast, as the colours shift from aquamarine to muted grey across the seasons.
A new art gallery has brought a blaze of colour to a seaside town hall.
Jackie Kitch has opened her third gallery in Hunstanton in the carrstone civic building on The Green.
The ground floor, which previously held the resort’s tourist information centre, is now filled with paintings, photographs, art works and crafts.
at the Dragonfly Gallery
April 4th to April 30th, 2022.
Exhibitions are generally open
weekdays 10 – 4 and
Saturdays 10 – 1.
The app’s premise is very simple. You start off with some coloured squares which are arranged in terms of gradient of colour and hue, you press start, it jumbles them up and you must restore harmony.