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Maritime theme to Holt exhibition

PUBLISHED: 09:15 14 January 2010 | UPDATED: 10:14 13 July 2010

Sea-themed work by 30 Norfolk artists is featured in a charity exhibition which opens on Saturday, January 30, at the Nicholson Gallery, Holt.

Entitled Seascapes and including a mix of painting, sculpture and mixed media work, the show has been organised in aid of the RNLI by art teacher Emma Delpech and her fellow Gresham's art department staff.

Sea-themed work by 30 Norfolk artists is featured in a charity exhibition which opens on Saturday, January 30, at the Nicholson Gallery, Holt.

Entitled Seascapes and including a mix of painting, sculpture and mixed media work, the show has been organised in aid of the RNLI by art teacher Emma Delpech and her fellow Gresham's art department staff.

Artists have been selected for their expertise in developing work involving seascape themes, and for their love of the Norfolk coast and countryside.

"Our community feels very strongly about the RNLI and I think it is nice for anyone buying a piece of work to have the satisfaction of knowing that this important charity will benefit from their purchase," Ms Delpech said.

Seascapes, featuring work by 30 Norfolk artists including Krys Leach, Martin Wall, Susan Tatler, Kevin Turton and Carol Gibbons, runs at the Nicholson Gallery, Gresham's School, Holt, from January 30 - February 11. Opening times are Monday - Saturday, 9am - 4pm.

For more information, phone 01263 714555.


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