Work by artists with a shared love of Norfolk on show in ‘No Regrets’ exhibition

Morston Quay, by Eleanor Alison, whose work will be on show at The Old Workshop Gallery, Corpusty, a

Morston Quay, by Eleanor Alison, whose work will be on show at The Old Workshop Gallery, Corpusty, as part of an exhibiton by art group The BanchPhoto: submitted - Credit: Archant

Work by a group seven artists drawn together by shared love of Norfolk will be on show at the Old Workshop Gallery, Corpusty, in an exhibition featuring paintings and sculpture depicting the county's coast and countryside.

Urban Terrace, by John Midgley, whose work will be on show at The Old Workshop Gallery, Corpusty, as

Urban Terrace, by John Midgley, whose work will be on show at The Old Workshop Gallery, Corpusty, as part of an exhibiton by art group The BanchPhoto: submitted - Credit: Archant

Entitled No Regrets, the show includes paintings by John Midgley, Eleanor Alison, Delores Grace and Janet Harrison, with sculpture by Clive Brookes, Berni Marfleet and Harry Baker.

Calling themselves The Branch, the group was the idea of former police officer Mr Baker.

Atlantic Wave, by Harry Baker, whose work will be on show at The Old Workshop Gallery, Corpusty, as

Atlantic Wave, by Harry Baker, whose work will be on show at The Old Workshop Gallery, Corpusty, as part of an exhibiton by art group The BanchPhoto: submitted - Credit: Archant

Mundesley-based artist Mr Midgley said the exhibition title of No Regrets was chosen as all seven group members had returned to Norfolk – and to art – after spending time working in other parts of the country.

No Regrets, featuring more than 40 pieces of work by The Branch, runs at The Old Workshop Gallery, Corpusty, from June 23-July. For more information, visit www.corpustygallery.com

Artists (from left): Eleanor Alison, Clive Brookes, John Midgley, Janet Harrison and Harry Baker. To

Artists (from left): Eleanor Alison, Clive Brookes, John Midgley, Janet Harrison and Harry Baker. Together with fellow Branch members Dolores Grace and Berni Marfleet, the group are hosting an exhibition of their work at the Old Workshop Gallery, CorpustyPhoto: submitted - Credit: Archant


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