An exciting collaboration with the WNAA and Purfleet Brasserie in Kings Lynn is continuing its successful venture with exhibiting artwork from our talented members, this time showcasing works by artists Angela Banner, Barbara Anna Cichocka and David Cook. The exhibition runs from 19th June – 30th July exhibition A preview was held on Mon 19th June 7 – 9pm.
The next artist exibiting in our collaboration with the Purfleet Brasserie is Patrick Hillard. Patrick’s abstract work is often inspired by music and unique through his striking colour palette and gestural approach.
His exhibition will run from 31 st July to the 10th September.
A group of members met up on a lovely sunny day on 8th June to do some painting and drawing ‘en plein air’ around King’s Lynn. We met up at the iconic Custom House and then set off to find a good spot – some of us stayed more or less where we were while others wandered along the river and found interesting views there.
Curator Rachel Allen
Thursday 6 July – Sunday 6 August
10am – 5pm
All Saints Church, Wighton
Note: Exhibition will be closed on Sturday 8 July between 12:15 and 2:15 pm
A Date for your Diary – Sunday 9 July
In conjunction with an “Open Gardens“ event, local artists will be holding an exhibition in All Saints’ Church, North Runcton between 11.00 am and 4.00 pm.
For the past eighteen years I have been painting and drawing on Fisher Fleet, a little-known part of Lynn’s vast docks complex. Strangely, many Lynn locals are totally unaware of the Fleet’s existence!
I was first told of its whereabouts some 40 odd years ago by an artist friend who lived in Leicester!
It’s the creek where all the local fishermen moor their boats and an absolute heaven of endless images for the artist.
Colour, pattern and unusual shapes wherever you look; all ever-changing due to tides and weather. It’s also a graveyard for several old wooden fishing vessels which are left on the inner banks to rot away slowly.
I can’t exactly remember how I heard about the Cromer Artspace but when I did, I just had to go see it. I love Cromer with its wild, wind swept sea, so there was no holding me back. Although I’ve been to Cromer countless times, I was surprised at discovering this gorgeous Art Deco building fused into the cliff at the end of Cromer’s West Prom.