Tuesday 16 April 2019
The exhibition is the second in a series of exhibitions exploring the notion of place in works from Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery’s collection of modern and contemporary art. The selection of works in the exhibition are united by their use of line, colour and form. The works are often abstract in nature; non-figurative responses to the landscape that are triggered and inspired by location. In Marjorie Wales’ Gulf of Corinth for example, the region is presented as a series of lines and shapes; an approach that unites geometry and geology. This exhibition is an opportunity to consider these relationships more broadly, including work by artists such as Terry Frost and Mary Webb.
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7-9 St George's Courtyard
off King Street, King's Lynn PE30 1EU
No on-site parking is available, the nearest car park is Tuesday Market Place. Please note: Charges apply 24 hours a day, including for Blue Badge holders. Please ensure you pay the correct fee. Current charges are available on the borough council website: https://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/
The gallery is accessible for wheelchairs via a ramp. Guide dogs are admitted.
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