A celebrated regional painter will be showcasing his unique artwork at Aylsham's newest gallery.

Will Teather, a painter from the North Norfolk countryside, will have his homecoming exhibition at Mana Art, situated in Aylsham's town centre.

The artist has a distinguished career, having worked with arts venues in Scotland and New York before establishing a studio in Norwich.

In regards to his latest pieces, Mr Teather said: "My recent works draw upon the carnival culture of North Norfolk's coast.

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"I am grateful to have been supported by Norfolk Contemporary Arts Society to create new works based upon theatre and circus performers drawn from the Eastern Region, who have modelled especially for these artworks."

Mana Art’s director, Carolina Walker, said: "We are thrilled to announce that the incredibly talented Will Teather's collection exhibition will take place until May 31."

Acknowledged for his creativity and masterful traditional skills, Mr Teather's artwork often delves into the peculiar, and intriguing with depictions of characters in atypical situations.

His work is widely recognised, achieving record-breaking sales at several events such as London's The Other Art Fair.

Mr Teather has featured in more than 200 international gallery exhibitions, including Artrooms London, Artwars Miami, and Norwich Castle Museum.

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The artist has also earned numerous accolades, awards, and grants, and was a finalist in the London Contemporary Art Prize.

His work has attracted international attention, having been presented in numerous publications, such as American Art Collector, Wall Street International, Grazia, Artists and Illustrators, London Evening Standard, The Artist Magazine, and The Antiques Trade Gazette.

To add to his repertoire, Mr Teather has also contributed art criticism and articles on technique for award-winning books, magazines, and television.

The exhibition at Mana Art will run from 9.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Saturday.