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Artist Bev Coraldean, right, and Fay Gabelli, manager of the Birdcage, with Bev's Norwich Lanes colouring book. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Grab your pens and bring some colour to Norwich Lanes.

Artist Robert Chaplin has depicted industrial and broadland scenes across Norfolk in his own orginal style.
A new book Landmarks brings together his works and celebrates his contribution to art in the region.

Picture: James Bass

Using a curious combination of lines and colours a Norfolk artist has captured dozens of striking industrial and seaside scenes.

Norwich Paint Out, Poeple's Choice winner Liam Wales 2015

The official awards may have already been handed out, but now the “People’s Choice” award for the recent Paint Out Norwich contest has been named.

Sheringham Station, one of the paintings featured in an exhbition by railway artist Wrenford Thatcher at The Gallery, Picturecraft, Holt, by Sheringham-based railway artist Wrenford Thatcher.

They were the golden days of steam captured in painstaking brushstrokes.

Photos from photographer Matthew Usher's landscape exhibition at the King's Lynn Arts Centre - Custom House in the snow. Picture: Matthew Usher.

As a rare dusting of snow surrounds the Custom House in King’s Lynn and stunning fireworks light up the Red Mount Chapel in The Walks - these are moments captured by Matthew Usher.

Winner Richard Bond with his painting at the Paint Out Norwich exhibition at The Hostry at Norwich Cathedral.

A stunning watercolour of a Norwich memorial built to remember those who lost their lives in the Boer War scooped top prize in an open air art competition celebrating our fine city in paint.

Paint Out Norwich at Mousehold Heath. 

The hills were alive with artists for the Paint Out Norwich.
More than 100 people took their paintbrushes to Mousehold Heath between 1.30pm and 4.30pm to take in the views and create their own vision of the city’s skyline.

Usifu Jalloh

A busy arts festival kicks off in north Norfolk this weekend.

Jack Godfrey taking part in Paint Out Norwich this week as part of the Hostry Festival.

Visitors to Norwich this week are being given the chance to witness the city being captured by a variety of talented outdoor artists.

Alina Sandu has created a project called Takeaway Art to promote local artists.

A graphic designer has given a whole new meaning to the idea of ordering a takeaway with a new project designed to promote local artists.

Paint Out Norwich. Left to right, artist Brian Korteling and event founders James Colman and Will Buckley.

Dozens of artists are set to descend upon Norwich next week for an open-air painting competition – and budding painters of all ages and abilities are also being invited to join them for a special event at Mousehold Heath.

Houghton Hall illuminated as part of LightScape: James Turrell at Houghton. Photo: Hugo Glendinning.

About 20,000 people have enjoyed the latest major art show at north Norfolk’s Houghton Hall - and now there are just two weeks left to see the striking exhibition that even turns the hall itself into an innovative piece of contemporary art.

Artist Neil Pittaway with some of his work on show in the Shakespeare Barn at the King's Lynn Arts Centre. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Each piece captures history from around the world form an exhibition at King’s Lynn Arts Centre.

Lesley Storey, president of the Great Yarmouth and District Society of Artists who are holding their annual exhibition at the library.

Picture: James Bass

Surging seas, local landmarks, quirky canvases - and for the first time life drawings - are among colourful works on display at one of Norfolk’s oldest artistic society’s annual exhibition.

The GoGoDragons! Auction event at the Forum. Auctioneer Mike Sarson takes bids for Scorcher. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Norwich’s GoGoDragons! raised an incredible sum of money for children’s charity Break and now the colourful clan is flying off to homes old and new.

The GoGoDragons! Auction event at the Forum. Auctioneer Mike Sarson takes bids for GoGoMosaic which went for £25,000. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

After a scorching summer full of fiery fun the GoGoDragons! said goodbye to our fine city by raising £369,500 for children’s charity Break.

Mike Sarson, from TW Gaze, who will be the auctioneer at the GoGoDragons sale. Photo : Steve Adams

After spending the summer decorating the streets of Norwich and winning a huge army of fans, tonight is the night that the city’s GoGoDragons! are set to be auctioned off and fly to their new homes.

Organisers of the COAST arts and literary festival which takes place in October at various North Norfolk Venues.


A festival is aiming to showcase the best of north Norfolk’s creative talent and bring a mix of the arts to the region.

Susan Gunn and director of The Enterprise Centre, John French, with her artwork at The Enterprise Centre.

A landmark eco-building is both the backdrop and inspiration for artist Susan Gunn’s latest work.

Chainsaw sculptor Ben Loughrill has created a 10ft Bear.

If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise.

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