Art & Exhibitions

These amazing photographs have been edited into fantastical scenes by photographer Karen Fuller, who creates imaginary dream worlds where her subjects can live in a parallel world as characters in a range of settings, including Roald Dahl books and galaxies far, far away.

The Edge of Things takes inspiration from some of the books in Blickling Estate's impressive book collection, and brings the age of enlightenment to a brand new audience.

Artist Caroline Somerville works from her studio and workshop overlooking fields of sheep and a small orchard in Rickinghall on the Norfolk/Suffolk border.

The Edge of Things in Blickling Hall's library sends people on adventures with a series of multimedia installations and live projects.

The concept of Reverse is simple: walk backwards around the city, getting a new view on Norwich. The outcome is something much more profound.

Artwork inspired by the plight of unmarried mothers forced to live in Norfolk's Victorian workhouses will be on show at Salthouse Church, near Holt, this month, as part of an exhibition by printmaker and former Cromer librarian Maria Pavledis.

Isobel Bartholomew formed Iceni Botanical Artists in 2010 in the hope that there would be sufficient interest in this specialised style of watercolour painting. Almost a decade later, the group have opened their latest exhibition at Diss Corn Hall.

A painting based on a mishap that saw a giant-sized dragon 'bite' the fingers of the Dean of Norwich will go on show this week, as part of an exhibition by well-known Norfolk artist Brian Lewis.

Prints by the renowned French artist Henri Matisse have gone on show at a Norfolk gallery.

Last year's head-turning city sculpture was gutsy - in more ways than one. This time, the instalment outside Norwich University of the Arts is showing its mettle.

One of the east of England's top art prizes, the Holt Festival Sir John Hurt Art Prize, is now inviting entries for the 2019 contest.

A major new photography exhibition organised by Sainsbury Centre and Magnum Photos has opened to the public.

A new photo exhibition exploring the natural beauty of the Broads in the last 30 years is coming to Norwich.

The cancer came as she prepared for a new exhibition. "I used to think my art had to be serious. Now I want it to emanate happiness," said sculptor Vanessa Pooley.

South Norfolk artist Debbie Storey will be showing her work to the public for the first time at an exhibition Pennoyer Centre in Pulham St Mary.

Artworks inspired by the ocean will go on show in a new exhibition.

Works by some of the finest East Anglia ceramicists, along with studio master potters, feature in the first exhibition dedicated solely to ceramics at Diss Corn Hall.

Paintings and images depicting scenes ranging from Cromer crab fishermen to Great Yarmouth circus performers will be on show at Studio 20, Norwich.

From the news strippers which were needed in Watton, to the headline which told the world about the parrot that "meows like a cat", headlines from the Eastern Daily Press and its sister titles can reveal the more quirky aspects of Norfolk life.

Fifty years after her first exhibition, Ros Newman is sharing her life's work in a new show.

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