Art Fair East sees over 200 artists showcase their work with prices ranging from £40 to £25,000
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Art Fair East returns to St Andrew's Hall this weekend with work from over 200 artists at the three-day event.
The fair, which was first launched in 2015, is one of the largest in the East of England with prices ranging from £40 to £25,000.
The event has been organised by artists Will Teather and Brian Korteling and runs until Sunday, December 2 and their work will also be on display.
Will's paintings have exhibited internationally to acclaim and he is also the artist-in-residence at Norwich Arts Centre.
Will said: 'I had been taking part in large scale art fairs around country for years and realised there wasn't any large art events which were a hub bringing people from elsewhere.
'An art fair is different to an exhibition as it's larger, has loads of artists and is also a chance to meet the artists in person.
READ MORE: Everything you need to know as Art Fair East returns to Norwich'People all gathered together creates a certain energy and it has a catch it while you can feel as it's only for a few days which creates a buzz.'
Art Fair East is sponsored by Musker McIntyre and media partner Eastern Daily Press.
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The event runs at St Andrews Hall, Norwich, from 10.30am to 5.30pm on November 30, 10.30am to 6pm on December 1 and 10.30am to 5pm on December 2.
Admission is £3.50 for adults, £3 for concessions and accompanied under 14s go free.