Cromer carnival art week showcases 400 pieces of creativity

Andreas Yiasimi, who opened Cromer carnival art week, with youngsters at the Belfry school display.

Andreas Yiasimi, who opened Cromer carnival art week, with youngsters at the Belfry school display. Picture: POPPYLAND PUBLISHING - Credit: Archant

Artists young and old are showcasing their skills at Cromer carnival's annual art week.

Four hundred of paintings, drawings, photographs, collages and crafts by 90 exhibitors are on display in the town's parish hall.

The show also includes displays from local community groups and schools including African masks by Northrepps primary, and bat-themed craft creations from Overstrand's Belfry school.

Local councillor and photographer Andreas Yiasimi, who opened the event said: 'It was wonderful to see so much creativity from local photographers and artists.'

The art show continues until Wednesday, from 10.30am daily. More details at www.cromercarnival.co.uk.


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