Village Hall show for Norfolk artist
Norfolk artist Graham Lain, a member of the prestigious Society of Graphic Fine Art, will be holding his eleventh one man show at Ashwellthorpe Village Hall tomorrow , /Saturday and Sunday.
Norfolk artist Graham Lain, a member of the prestigious Society of Graphic Fine Art, will be holding his eleventh one man show at Ashwellthorpe Village Hall tomorrow , /Saturday and Sunday. The event celebrates the 25th anniversary of his first solo exhibition at the hall.
Graham, who is a retired architectural technician, has been painting and drawing for 55 years. He is inspired by the Norfolk countryside and its buildings and his work blends illustration skills and an eye for perspective with a fluidity of movement and clear passion for his subject matter. The majority of work on show will be of South Norfolk scenes but with other parts of the county and UK represented too.
The 2008 exhibition will feature both framed and unframed original watercolours as well as monochrome and coloured reproductions and cards.
The exhibition is open from 2pm - 9pm tomorrow and 10am - 5pm on Saturday and Sunday. Entrance is free but a small charge is made for catalogues. Refreshments are available and money raised from these will be donated to charity.
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For more information or to arrange an appointment to visit Graham's studio, call 01953 603941.
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