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Marvel at the work of local artists at Norfolk church exhibition

PUBLISHED: 17:11 13 April 2018 | UPDATED: 17:38 13 April 2018

Maytime Medley art exhibition. Ian's oak 2018. Pictures: Supplied by Rosalie Gibb

Maytime Medley art exhibition. Ian's oak 2018. Pictures: Supplied by Rosalie Gibb

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A north Norfolk church will once again host an eclectic art exhibition and sale of work by three Norfolk artists.

St Margaret’s Church, Thorpe Market will be the venue for the Maytime Medley Art exhibition.

It will feature original art by Rosalie Osborne Gibb, with signed limited edition prints, plus gifts and a wide range of greetings cards available.

The exhibition will also feature a unique range of handmade kiln-fired glass items, ranging from Murano glass pendants to seaside sun catchers, gifts and decorative items, and a unique collection of reclaimed oak items, including clocks and lamp bases.

As usual, there will be a selection of used books, teas, coffees and homemade cakes plus the wildflower conservation churchyard to stroll around.

The exhibition in Church Road runs from Friday, May 4 to Monday, May 7, 11am to 4pm daily. Entry is free, with disabled access and free parking opposite the church.

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