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One of Britain’s most popular printmakers Graham Clarke to return to Wells for major exhibition

PUBLISHED: 19:45 18 March 2017 | UPDATED: 19:45 18 March 2017

Graham Clarke's picture of Wells Quay

Graham Clarke's picture of Wells Quay

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It is a picture which perfectly captures the charm and character of the much-loved north Norfolk seaside town of Wells.

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Now the artist behind it is to return to the town for a new exhibition.

Graham Clarke, one of Britain’s most popular and best-selling printmakers, will be staging a major exhibition in Wells.

It will be at Gallery Plus, on Warham Road, opening on Easter Saturday and will showcase some of Mr Clarke’s French-inspired artwork.

Mr Clarke, who will perform on his squeeze box on the opening day, said: “I am so pleased to be returning to Gallery Plus. All the events I’ve been involved with here have been a pleasure and a success.”

Piece De Resistance - to feature in the new exhibition Piece De Resistance - to feature in the new exhibition

The exhibition opens with an all-day preview on Saturday, April 15, which is open to all, and continues until Saturday, May 6.

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