New Views on Norfolk.

The Gallery Norfolk presents a first exhibtion, opening on the 15th April 2013.

Seven sought-after artists, known internationally for their work as illustrators in the world of media, express their personal love of Norfolk in an exhibition opening on April 15th at The Gallery Norfolk in Church Street, Cromer.

 Limited edition silkscreen print 560mm x 380mm

New works of art

The exhibition of some 30 works – nearly all them specially produced for the exhibition – exemplifies the vibrancy, energy and eclecticism that has become The Gallery Norfolk’s trademark since it opened in summer 2012. With limited edition prints, drawings, watercolours and wood engravings (and prices starting at under £100) the exhibition offers accessible, exciting work – both originals and limited editions – by established names.

Exhibiting artists

Paul Bommer, Toby Morison, Sarah McMenemy, Chris Wormell, Andy Lovell, Julia McKenzie and Tom Frost.

The Gallery Norfolk

Polly Miller, who owns and runs The Gallery Norfolk, has an established relationship with all these artists and feels that visitors to the exhibition will immediately appreciate the way each piece captures the essence of the county. “People who live here or who visit Cromer and the surrounding area love to ‘buy local’,” she says, “and that passion extends from locally sourced produce to prints, paintings and objects produced by artists who draw inspiration from Norfolk’s landscape and atmosphere. This exhibition brings together the work of seven people who each express the spirit of Norfolk in a very distinctive – and sometimes idiosyncratic – way.”

For more information on the exhibition please click here.