West Norfolk Artist's Association hold summer exhibition in King's Lynn
West Norfolk Artists' Association opened its summer exhibition at St Nicholas Chapel in Lynn on Saturday.
It is now open to the public every day until Sunday. Entry is free to visitors who would like to view works from more than 60 artists.
The large space is perfect for putting on such a large exhibition and means people can be socially distanced.
One of the WNAA artists displaying work in the event, Lesley Williams, said: "It's been very busy and we have had lots of lovely feedback from visitors. There is a wide range of subject matter and media, paintings and sculptural work.
"The highlight has been live music and it is fantastic to see the chapel full of people, to catch up with friends and see new people coming in to see the works."
It is not necessary to book and visitors can walk in daily between 11am and 3pm.