Council gallery relaunches with work by local artists

North Norfolk District Council's newly refurbished first-floor art gallery re-launches this week with an exhibition of affordable work by 14 local artists.

North Norfolk District Council's newly refurbished first-floor art gallery re-launches this week with an exhibition of affordable work by 14 local artists.

The gallery, curated by North Norfolk News reporter Karen Bethell, has been redecorated, and extra hanging space added.

A mixed programme of exhibitions at the gallery will include solo and group shows featuring established and new artists from across the area and further afield.

The latest exhibition includes original watercolours by Peter Kavanagh, Keith Nash and well-known TV couple June and Alwyn Crawshaw, oil paintings by Maureen Cherry and Nick Reynolds (Mary Jane, Cley, pictured), one-off prints by Gresham's School art teacher Emma Delpech, textile work by Pauline Wrighton and Jan Horrox and photography by former Wildlife Photographer of the Year Geoff du Feu.


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Karen, who set up North Norfolk Artspace to help raise the profile of visual arts in the area six months ago, said all work was by local artists and priced �100 or under.

The exhibition is at the First Floor Gallery, North Norfolk District Council Offices, Holt Road, Cromer, until March 1. Opening times 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.

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For more details call 01263 823633 or visit www.northnorfolkartspace.co.uk

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