Breckland artists offer chance to be creative during art trail

A ceramic workshop was held at Amy's Art Barn in Welborne as part of the Breckland Art Trail, which

A ceramic workshop was held at Amy's Art Barn in Welborne as part of the Breckland Art Trail, which runs until Sunday November 16 - Credit: Archant

Artists across Breckland are opening the doors to their studios and workshops this week as part of the Breckland Art Trail.

One of the ceramic decorations that was made at Amy's Art Barn in Welborne as part of the Breckland

One of the ceramic decorations that was made at Amy's Art Barn in Welborne as part of the Breckland Art Trail, - Credit: Archant

They have been showcasing their work and in some cases giving hands-on creative experiences with a huge variety of work on display, including sculpture, paintings, prints, ceramics, metalwork and textiles.

Many community exhibition spaces have also been decorated with artwork for the public to enjoy.

At Amy's Art Barn in Welborne budding artists were able to create their own ceramic decorations under guidance from Amy Brewster - a children's event is being run on Saturday.

Nigel Barnett is also offering blacksmithing workshops on Saturday at his Fransham Forge.

Getting to grips with the potter's wheel at Amy's Art Barn in Welborne as part of the Breckland Art

Getting to grips with the potter's wheel at Amy's Art Barn in Welborne as part of the Breckland Art Trail - Credit: Archant


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The event runs until Sunday and brochures, giving details of artists' work and featuring a map showing the venues, are available in Breckland libraries, customer service centres, tourist information centres, leisure centres and town council offices.

Find out more about the trail on the website www.brecklandarttrail.com or call 01362 656870.

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