Autumn Winds

The West Norfolk Artists Association’s autumn exhibition has just started it two week run at the Fermoy Gallery, King’s Lynn. For those unfamiliar with the venue, it is in the courtyard behind the Guildhall in King Street, just a short way along from Tuesday Market Place. Go through the archway and down the courtyard, passing the vaccination centre (unless you need to pop in for a jab!) and you will see the gallery on your right.

I have two small works on display this year, with the titles of Autumn Winds 1 and Autumn Winds 2. Rather appropriate given the recent weather! The paintings are in a combination of watercolour and Indian ink, which I hope makes them quite striking.

The exhibition runs until Saturday 11th December and is open every day from 10.00am until 4.00pm. Margaret and I will be “on duty” this afternoon (Sunday 28th November) and next Sunday (5th December), so do pop in if you have a chance. There are over 80 works on show and the exhibition is really well worth a look.

Autumn Winds 2 – 8ins x 6ins – Watercolour and Indian Ink
Autumn Winds 1 – 8ins x 6ins – Watercolour and Indian ink