Local artist’s work to be shown in national exhibition
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A local artist has been given an incredible honour of having her work displayed among some of the best in the country.
Deborah Vass, who works out of a studio near her house in Diss, has been selected to feature her work at a national exhibition.
Her work was selected from over 1,500 entries at the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London.
A spokesman from the RBA said: 'We are dedicated to promoting the highest standards of skill, concept and draughtsmanship in painting, sculpture, printmaking and drawing.'
The exhibition runs from Wednesday March 21 to Saturday March 31 from 10am to 5pm daily. The exhibition closes at 2pm on the final day.
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Admission is £4, with concessions costing £3 and 50pc off is available to those with a National Art Pass.
Readers can gain free entry for two if they quote this publication at the gallery desk.
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