Norfolk shows off its arty side with new Grimston Creative Arts Exhibition
- Credit: Hans Rahn
Visitors can see the talent of Norfolk artists and photographers at the new Grimston creative arts exhibition.
West Norfolk mayor and mayoress, David and Linda Whitby, attended a private viewing of the exhibition run by Norfolk Creative Arts on Monday, April 24, at Church Hill School, Gayton Road, Grimston.
Co-founder and director Hans Rahn said the noble guests loved the exhibition, adding: 'They were really pleased to find us.
'This is the first time we are running this kind of event, showcasing amateur and professional artist's paintings, photographs and sculptures.
'There is a variety of work and it is really open, there is something for everyone.'
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The free exhibition is open everyday this week, from 10am to 4pm, until Monday, May 1. All of the artwork displayed is up for sale.
For more information, visit the Norfolk Creative Arts website.
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