An art collective from the picturesque Waveney Valley is heading to Bungay for a one-off exhibition.
Harleston & Waveney Art Trail collective (HWAT), based on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk, will be exhibiting at The Bell Gallery this winter.
It’s the perfect opportunity for locals and visitors alike to explore the work of this diverse group in one location.
Visitors to The HWAT Winter Show will be able to see works from 28 artists who ordinarily host an art trail through south Norfolk and north Suffolk each summer.
Works on show will include large and small figurative and abstract paintings, landscapes, prints, drawings, sculpture, textile art and hand-made books.
There will be work with a wide range of sizes and prices. This is an ideal opportunity to view and purchase high quality artworks created by this selected group of professional Waveney Valley artists.
The artists taking part are Nicci Dedman, Kath Wallace, Barbara Bernard, Christina Greathead, Caryl Challis, Malcolm Cudmore, Rosemary Elliott, Rosie Anderson, Isabel Auker, Liz Taunt, Sara Johnson, Rachel Wiles, Rhonda Whitehead, Chris Mound, Lisa Henshall, Diana McKenna, Dom Theobald, Nell Close, Carolyn Moulton, Paul Zawadzki, Noelle Francis, John Ogden, Gill Levin, Ingrid Duffy, Rose Martin, Val Lindsell, Tim Summerson and Vicky Townley.
The exhibition is open from Monday 27th November until Saturday 23rd December, 10am – 4.30pm seven days a week.
A private view supported by the group’s long-standing sponsor, Durrants – the region’s leading estate agent – will take place on the evening of Thursday 30th November from 5pm until 7.30 pm. All are welcome to join HWAT for a drink and a chat while browsing the range of work on show.
A “Meet the Artists” day on Saturday 9th December will see HWAT members on hand to show and talk about their work to visitors throughout the day. Visitors are most welcome to call in and enjoy a complimentary drink while browsing the exhibition.
The show will also be open all day throughout the Bungay Winter Street Market on Sunday 2nd December.
The majority of works will be for sale at the event which takes place at The Bell Gallery, Earsham Street, Bungay,
For more information, please visit www.hwat.org.uk
Malcolm Cudmore, Wacton (oil)