20th anniversary of Tudor Galleries
Twenty years ago art enthusiast Pamela Dickerson was able to acquire one of Norwich's oldest historic buildings in for her new business.
Twenty years ago art enthusiast Pamela Dickerson was able to acquire one of Norwich's oldest historic buildings in Bank Street for her new business.
Looking into the records of the building, she discovered that it dated from Tudor times and she decided to use that link and set up under the name of Tudor Galleries.
Since that time she has relocated her work to Theatre Street where she brings together traditional paintings by current artists and those of yesteryear whose work is now highly collectable.
To celebrate her 20 years in business Pamela will be running a special exhibition both in the gallery and close by in the Music Room of the Assembly House from Friday June 15 until Monday June 18.
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While there will be no admission charge, Pamela does invite people to make a donation to the East Anglia's Children's Hospices,
a charity she has supported for many years.
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