Art exhibitions along the coast

Gannet, by Tom Sharp, was voted the visitors' choice at last year's West Norfolk Artists Association exhibition
Gannet, by Tom Sharp, was voted the visitors' choice at last year's West Norfolk Artists Association exhibition
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Members of West Norfolk Artists Association are preparing for their spring exhibition which will be held at Thornham Village Hall.

“Coast II” opens next Wednesday, March 30, and continues to Sunday, April 3, open daily from 10am to 5pm and admission is free.

The WNAA was set up in October 2000 to promote visual art from this area of Norfolk and membership numbers around 120

It is open to artists of all abilities, from professionals to students, embracing all forms of the visual arts; the members include painters, printers, photographers, cartoonists, sculptors, potters, installation artists, and those working with textiles and jewellery.

For further information visit www.westnorfolkar tists.org or call the chairman, John Walker, on 01485 520590.

Snettisham Art Group is holding an Easter exhibition and sale of affordable original paintings and craft work by local artists.

It opens on Good Friday at the Royal British Legion Hall in Church Road, Snettisham, and continues over the weekend and Easter Monday, 10am to 5.30pm daily. There is free entry and all donations will go to the Royal British Legion. For further information call on 01485 542845.

Ringstead Village Hall is the venue for an Easter exhibition by Norfolk-based Bryan Harford. This will be from Good Friday through to Monday, 10am-5pm daily. It will feature new designs from his expanding poster repertoire and original works in various media. Bryan’s new series of works laments the passing of traditional British industries such as shipbuilding and deep coal mining.