ARTFOLK OF NORFOLK EXHIBITION, 14-21 NOVEMBER, 2021
This autumn we welcome the Artfolk of Norfolk collective to West Acre Gallery for a week-long showcase.
The Artfolk of Norfolk project launched the day before 2020’s March lockdown, and is slowly but surely emerging again with a new exhibition featuring six Norfolk artists.
You’ll find only original artworks or limited editions by the following talents:
Fiona is a painter and multimedia artist working in watercolour, pen and pencil. She is self-taught, and works in realism and design. Fiona also takes commissions.
Jo is enjoying developing a new style, which is much looser and more experimental. Her inspiration is based on a love of colour and wild countryside.
Terry has been painting since he was seven years-old, and has painted virtually every subject since. His style of painting was once described as impressionist, but from time to time it changes.
Louise is a traditional printmaker specialising in linocuts and etchings. This has been her life-long career. She has exhibited extensively and won many prizes for her work.
Gary is a talented self-taught pastel artist who works in soft pastel and pastel pencils. His pet portraits are detailed to perfection and his landscapes are alive with depth and colour.
Janette is a multimedia artist and teacher. Her preferred mediums are pastels, oils and printing. Her style is a combination of impressionism and realism, but as she is always experimenting with media that is open to change.
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The Artfolk of Norfolk Exhibition takes place 10am-4pm daily, 14-21 November at West Acre Gallery.
There will be a preview on Sunday 14 November from 2-4pm.