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Cromer art trail offers a chance to win a painting

16:59 26 May 2014

Artists from the 2014 Cromer and Around Trail for Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios. Phot: Dave Morris.

Artists from the 2014 Cromer and Around Trail for Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios. Phot: Dave Morris.

Dave Morris

A group of artists living in and around Cromer have painted some special works of art to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios.


Each of the nine artists in the Cromer and Around Trail have created a painting which has the theme “20” to it.

The works were initially exhibited at The Garden House Gallery, in Cromer, and during Open Studios they will be displayed at each of the artists’ studios. Visitors to the Open Studios trail will also have the chance to win the paintings.

Artists taking part are: Joy Cole, Overstrand; Gita Dickenson, Cromer; Leslie Hawkes Nockels, Cromer; Robert Downie, Northrepps; Keith Nash, Roughton; Ruth Brumby, Thorpe Market; Bob Crook, Cromer; Sue Hammans, Cromer; and Desmond Clover, Cromer.

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• Norwich and Norwich Open Studios is run by the Norfolk and Norwich Festival in partnership with Norfolk artists.



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