Breckland artists to showcase diverse work at Wymondham exhibition

09:23 03 November 2014

Sleeping Beauties by Breckland Artists member Lyn Aylward.

Sleeping Beauties by Breckland Artists member Lyn Aylward.


A diverse mix of talented artists will showcase their diverse work at an exhibition in Wymondham.

The Breckland Artists will return to the town’s Art Centre with their Autumn 2014 show this month.

Having formed 10 years ago, the group of 16 artists have become known for their longevity and their range of techniques, with artists specialising in painting, print-making, ceramics, textiles and silver smith designs.

Roger Gamble, chairman, said, “The Breckland Artists are delighted to be returning to Wymondham. As a group of artists we are great friends and derive much inspiration from our fellow artists’ work. Our members set high standards for themselves and for the group, and constantly aim to raise the bar of creative achievement. We hope visitors will share our passion for the visual arts and enjoy the exhibits.”

The exhibition will run at Wymondham Arts Centre, on Church Street, from tomorrow to Sunday, November 16. It will open daily from 10am to 5pm.

Click here for more information on The Breckland Artists.


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