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Exhibitions for all tastes at Arts Centre in King’s Lynn

Andy Gatrell with his ''An Hexxhibition of Killustrations'' which opens at King's Lynn Arts Centre on Saturday.

Andy Gatrell with his ''An Hexxhibition of Killustrations'' which opens at King's Lynn Arts Centre on Saturday.

Four exhibitions of work by local artists are set to open tomorrow featuring everything from illustrations and paintings to clay work and a collection of old posters.

Among those presenting their work is Andy Gatrell, pictured, in his first solo exhibition, who is also responsible for the mural in Lynn nightspot, Dr Thirsty’s. Using his alias, King Natcho Prezents, he uses simple materials to create vibrant drawings for 
his Hexxibition of Killustrations.

Simon Smith will be presenting his Mutability: new paintings exhibition, which has taken inspiration from his own garden and uses a unique method to paint his canvases.

Local ceramicist, Paul Ebbens will display his Clay Passé, which features exciting clay creations from the past 10 years. Finally, a collection of posters dating back more than 50 years, collected by the Arts Centre, will be on display for the first time.

All exhibitions are open from tomorrow until March 8, and admission is free.

n The Arts Centre team launched their new brochure yesterday morning, which is available from the venue and covers events from now until June.

 

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