St Margaret's Church, St Benedict's Street, Norwich
Perfect Fruits is a new project in which work by emerging Norfolk artists will be shown every month in shows all over the county.
It is supported by the Prince's Trust, Norwich Enterprise Agency Trust and Norfolk and Waveney Enterprise Services.
This show features Elizabeth Armstrong, who is studying for an MA at Norwich School Of Art and Design, graduates Lucy Crick and Sam Jukes and Blickling's Emily Martin.
Armstrong's work has a clarity of vision and focus and she shows her ability as a draughtswoman with a pencil, oil paints, sepia monotones and delicate etchings.
Martin's Untitled serene canvases focus on subtle colour changes. One stood out for me like a swirl of water in the Indian Ocean, going from bursts of sunlight to turquoise and darkness.
Crick's work is photographic in appearance. Still life with TV, an oil on panel, is a voyeuristic view of a sophisticated TV dinner. Each vegetable looks good enough to eat and the pale gold lager good enough to glug.
- 1 Norfolk village named among poshest places to live in the UK
- 2 Couple explores Norfolk homes in Escape to the Country
- 3 'Once in a lifetime catch' - man lands monster fish in Norfolk
- 4 What is this mystery tower that has sprung up in Norwich?
- 5 'Fantastic, loving, cheeky' 19-year-old killed in motorbike crash
- 6 Drunk student crashed into hotel wall after drinking tequilas
- 7 MAPPED: Where thousands of homes could be built in north Norfolk
- 8 Tucked-away house in same family for over 100 years up for sale
- 9 Elderly driver taken to hospital after village green crash
- 10 'Ghetto' fears raised over scheme for 725 new homes
Jukes' richly textured oils on canvas are highly tactile. Treble Twitch in brilliant turquoise with scarlet splodges is captivating.
Look out for their next shows at Gresham's School in Holt and the Burlington Gallery in Sheringham.
The exhibition at at St Margaret's Church, St Benedict's Street, Norwich, runs until Saturday December 6, 11am-6pm