Norfolk artist’s national exhibition success
Work by a Norfolk artist has been selected for the prestigious annual Royal Society of British Artists Exhibition, which runs at the Mall Galleries, London next month.
Peter Baldwin, who lives at Sheringham, graduated from Norwich School of Art in 1962.
His work has since become highly collectable and, as well as being held in public collections at venues including the Castle Museum and the Sainsbury Centre, at Norwich, it has been exhibited at galleries all over the country, featured in numerous art books and been featured in exhibitions ranging from Royal Academy summer show, to the Eastern Open.
Mr Baldwin, who is a former chairman of Norfolk County Council, was delighted to have two paintings chosen from a record 1,600 entries into the annual show, which runs at the Mall Galleries from March 22 to April 1st.
His paintings will go on show alongside work by some of the country’s leading figurative artists.
To see more of Peter Baldwin’s work, visit www.peterbaldwinartist.co.uk
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