Art & Exhibitions

An auction of ornithological art and artefacts will take place at Keys Fine Art Auctioneers in Aylsham on September 30 2017. Pictured is Lot 168: Sheldrake, Shelduck and Ducklings by Allen William Seaby.
Photo: supplied by Keys Fine Art Auctioneers.

From beautiful bird paintings to taxidermy and books – a flock of ornithological art and artefacts will go under the hammer at auction this week.

Fishermen & Kings: The Photography of Olive Edis, Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, 8 October 2016 to 22 January 2017.
 Prince Albert (King George VI), by Olive Edis. Glass plate negative, 1920. 
© Norfolk Museums Service (Cromer Museum)

She was a pioneering photographer who took pictures of everything from First World War battlefields to royalty to the fishermen of north Norfolk.

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts has collaborated with St Mary's Works to offer graduate artists who have studied in East Anglia a free residency scheme.
The four graduates benefitting from the scheme are (l-r) Kirstin Bicker, Becky Showell, Henry Driver and Jade Anderson. Photo: Richard Ivey.

One of Norwich’s former shoe factories has become a studio for four young artists this month.

A Border Terrier and English Pointer admire ‘Drumstick Park’ by Robert Nicol – a park scene that envisages chicken drumsticks being as dog’s point of reference. Picture: Mikael Buck / MORE TH>N

An artist from Norfolk has been involved in the world’s first art exhibition - for dogs.

Wrenford Thatcher on the Sheringham platform of the North Norfolk Railway, which has granted him an artist's pass so that he can capture the Poppy Line on canvas. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

A north Norfolk artist dubbed The Railway Man for his paintings of historic steam and diesel trains is enjoying his most successful year yet, with a string of exhibitions, and so many commissions he says he is struggling to keep up.

Tombstone Brewery has prodced a one-off speciality beer for this year's Maritime Festival in Great Yarmouth called Maritime Ale.

A one-off special edition beer has been brewed for this year’s Maritime Festival in Great Yarmouth.

ené Magritte 1898-1967
La Condition Humaine, 1935
Oil on canvas, 54 x 73 cm
 NWHCM : 1995.88.2. © ADAGP, Paris

Norwich has found itself at the centre of an international art mystery surrounding a lost painting by a major artist.

Artist Jack Godfrey in his studio with some of his paintings including ones he did at the refugee camp The Jungle in Calais, from his project one painting a day for 100 days. Picture: SUBMITTED

When Norwich artist Jack Godfrey set himself the challenge of painting 100 paintings in 100 days he had no idea where his journey would end.

British Art Show 8 at Norwich Castle. Work by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin.

More than 20,000 people are thought to have enjoyed exploring British Art Show 8 in Norwich this summer - and there are now just a few days left for people to catch the exhibition in the city.

The Grand Norwich Duck Race 2016. Photo: Mark Ivan Benfield.

There was quacking good fun on the River Wensum as several thousand people turned out to watch this year’s Grand Norwich Duck Race.

Asylum art exhibition at The Undercroft, Norwich. Artist and curator Gennadiy Ivanov with some of his work.

An innovative exhibition in Norwich is using art to explore ideas around asylum amd migration.

Some of the decorated ducks ready for the Grand Norwich Duck Race in aid of Break. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

People are being invited to take part in a special treasure hunt on one of the quackiest days of the city’s calendar.

The 2015 Norfolk Arts Awards at The Maddermarket Theatre. The EDP Peoples Choice Award winners. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The deadline for people to nominate their stars of Norfolk’s arts scene for our special awards is just hours away.

A traditional Fijian double hull canoe being meticulously cleaned before it is installed inside the Sainsbury Centre for a new exhibition Fiji: Art and Life in the Pacific which opens later this year.

Picture: James Bass

After journeying 10,000 miles from the Pacific, a final 10-mile hop from Coltishall may seem small beer.

The Garage autumn 2016 season. Jess and Joe Forever presented by Farnham Maltings in association with Orange Tree Theatre. Photo: submitted.

From a Cinderella pantomime to a coming of age story set in rural Norfolk, there are an array of shows and events to enjoy in the new season at The Garage in Norwich.

Artists Alida Sayer(pictured) and Nicole Vinokur have created a new exhibition called 'Shucky, Hintut?' for the Hostry at Norwich Cathedral. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Visitors to Norwich Cathedral’s Hostry are being greeted by an intriquing piece of art.

The 2015 Norfolk Arts Awards at The Maddermarket Theatre. The EDP Peoples Choice Award winners, the GoGoDragons! team.

From people’s best-loved music venues to their most admired artists to their favourite theatres, the search is on to find the 2016 stars of the Norfolk arts scene.

The winners of the 2015 Norfolk Arts Awards at The Maddermarket Theatre. The 2016 Norfolk Arts Awards will be held at Norwich Cathedral's Hostry on October 21. 

Shining stars of Norfolk’s cultural scene are to be honoured in the fifth Norfolk Arts Awards.

The Norwich University of the Art's MA Degree art exhibition. Vicky Brooke studies the work by Henry Driver, MA fine art, called Second Skin, which has received a Vice-Chancellor's postgraduate commendation.  Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

People can take a look at work by the next generation of artists and designers at a new exhibition opening in Norwich tomorrow.

British Art Show 8 at Norwich Castle. Work by Linder.

Thousands of people have been enjoying the work on show at British Art Show 8 in Norwich.

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