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Oil paintings by Lorraine Bewick


Norfolk based painter, Lorraine Bewick, will be exhibiting her second solo show at Greyfriars Art Space, opening in February.

Lorraine’s work is inspired by the Norfolk coastline and the constant changes that it undergoes from both natural processes and those brought about by human intervention. The use of aerial viewpoints of the the coastline has given her the opportunity to play with pattern and shapes made by tidal flow and erosion. Lorraine strives to capture this notion of constant change in her work.

‘As an artist there is something strangly compelling in the Landscapes of the West and North Norfolk, says Lorraine. ‘The empty, isolated panoramas of the Wash and the North Norfolk coast are a short trip from my home and my paintings draw strongly on the sense of space, light and atmosphere that I find there.’ 

Open Daily 10pm – 5pm 

Everyone is welcome    Admission is free

Greyfriars Art Space, 43 St James Street, Kings Lynn PE30 5BZ


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