Talented artists in Dersingham to open their studios to the public
PUBLISHED: 09:10 19 November 2017 | UPDATED: 09:18 19 November 2017
A number of artists will be opening up their studios to the public to show off their artwork over tea and cakes.
The Dersingham Art Trail includes a variety of artistic talent of its 14 members, from paintings, photographs to candles and creations made from fused glass.
Taking place on Saturday, November 25 and Sunday, November 26, visitors can find a map of the locations of each artist online and just simply knock on their doors between 10am and 4pm.
One artist, Jo Haplin Jones, of Post Office Road, said: “I specialise in landscape photography, some photographs I will be showing will be from a trip to Scotland this summer. The weather was terrible, and I had to make the most of brief periods when there was no rain.
“I also love digitally restoring and enlarging damaged photographs, particularly those from people’s ancestors.”
For more information visit www.dersinghamarttrail.org.
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