Norfolk graduate’s artwork on show at Wymondham

Dramatic artwork by a Norfolk graduate are on display at Wymondham Arts Centre.

Southampton Solent University is sponsoring a solo exhibition by Guy Wilkinson, called The Unknown Interface, which opened on Tuesday and will continue until Sunday.

Guy, from Cromer, describes his work as 'spontaneous, intuitive and emotive' and is inspired by life experiences and perspectives on identity. The pieces are mostly abstract and include paintings and images using photographic techniques.

Arthur Lucas, director of the Arts Centre project, said: 'We are very pleased that Southampton Solent University is sponsoring Guy to have a solo show here. It is an expression of confidence in his work, and it also enables a young artist to show with little financial risk.

'Guy displayed one piece at the Arts Centre's Autumn Show last year. The work, a large dramatic piece using photographic techniques to produce an abstract representation of structures arising from the void, was out of the ordinary. Not every visitor liked it, but none could ignore it.

'We think that this opportunity to see a fresh presence will stimulate our regular visitors, and attract a new audience as well.'

The Arts Centre, in Becket's Chapel, Church Street, is open Tuesdays to Saturdays, from 10am to 5pm, and Sundays, from noon to 5pm. Admission is free.

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