Norfolk and Norwich Art Circle’s 185th exhibition opens at Norwich Cathedral

Norfolk and Norwich Art Circle exhibition at the Norwich Cathedral Hostry. Artists Jan Motley, Clive Brookes, chairman, and Richard Motley, right. Picture: Denise Bradley Norfolk and Norwich Art Circle exhibition at the Norwich Cathedral Hostry. Artists Jan Motley, Clive Brookes, chairman, and Richard Motley, right. Picture: Denise Bradley

Wednesday, June 4, 2014
10:00 AM

The Norfolk and Norwich Art Circle’s 185th exhibition has opened at the Hostry in Norwich Cathedral.

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The display shows a range of artworks by the circle’s members, with the 112 pieces including oils, pastels, mixed media, watercolours, and lino prints, as well as a number of sculptures.

The group is open to anyone over 17 who is interested in the practice or appreciation of the visual arts, and who has a connection with East Anglia.

As well as the exhibition, it usually holds an activity each month, such as lectures and demonstrations, discussions and criticisms, life classes, social events and workshops.

The current exhibition was opened yesterday by EDP editor-in-chief Nigel Pickover and runs until June 15.

For more information, see www.nnartcircle.com

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