Anything Goes at Watton gallery’s multimedia exhibition

Anything Goes is the new exhibition at the Dragonfly Gallery in Watton. Pictured are the artists who

Anything Goes is the new exhibition at the Dragonfly Gallery in Watton. Pictured are the artists whose work is on show, at the front are photographer Graham Jackson and manager Susan Hollingworth. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

A gallery in Watton is hosting a multimedia exhibition with works from 26 local artists.

Titled Anything Goes, the exhibition at the Dragonfly Gallery features work in a variety of materials from paints to ceramics and textiles by 26 different artists. They include gallery regulars and newcomers such as 19-year-old Katie Nice.

A launch party for the exhibition, which ties in with celebrations for the gallery's 10th anniversary, was attended by former patron Sue Welfare and new patron Helena Anderson, the granddaughter of the late Peggy Spencer.

Anything Goes runs at the gallery in Wayland House until Saturday.


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