West Norfolk artists draw focus on region’s beauty in autumn exhibition
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An exhibition showcasing the talents of West Norfolk artists is on show this week.
The West Norfolk Artists Association's (WNAA) autumn exhibition has opened in the Fermoy Gallery at the King's Lynn Arts Centre.
Filled with more than 80 pieces of artwork by 55 artists, the gallery is open to visitors to peruse or purchase some of the work.
The collection features paintings, photos and sculptures capturing the beauty of the coastal towns and illustrating the rich colours of the county's landscape.
The WNAA runs three exhibitions every year - the Easter exhibition takes place in Thornham and the summer exhibition takes place in St Nicholas' Chapel for the King's Lynn Festival.
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Chairman of the WNAA, John Walker, said: 'For this particular exhibition, we have gone for the Royal Academy style and hanged up everybody's work. 'It is a great way to buy original art, anyone who has an interest in collecting art should visit.'
The autumn exhibition is open between 10am to 4pm everyday until Saturday, November 11.
More information can be found here.
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