It’s back to the Arts Centre for me, as having just finished my run there with my solo exhibition Stephen Martyn at 21, I am now participating in a mixed exhibition showcasing the work of the West Norfolk Artists Association. It’s a good show too, with around 130 works by the members filling three of the galleries at King’s Lynn Arts Centre.
My own work in this show can be seen here. It’s a large watercolour of the view of King’s Lynn from a bridge over the River Ouse. In a Different Light 3 is one of a series of three paintings of the same composition but with different light and weather conditions. These three large works formed the centre piece of my recent solo show.
Do try and get along to the Arts Centre to see the current WNAA exhibition. You will see some great work by some of the areas’s leading artists, in a huge variety of media and styles. Paintings, prints, photographs, tapestry, sculpture, and much more. Open every day 10am – 5pm until Saturday 26th July, although note that the galleries will be closed on Sunday 13th, and open from 2 – 6pm only on Sunday 20th. You can even have a cup of tea or coffee and a piece of cake in the pop-up cafe! See you there.