Artists exhibit in open air art market in Norwich
Artists from around Norfolk gathered in the heart of city this weekend to display their work against the dramatic backdrop of St Peter Mancroft church.
Norwich's open air art market, organised by the Norwich City Council (NCC), returned to the city with the Art on the Railings series, inviting local artists to display and sell their works.
Local scenes artist Rory Kent was exhibiting his watercolours at the event.
'It helps the atmosphere of the city tremendously and it enhances the culture of Norwich,' he said.
The event aims to celebrate Norwich's history of art and will continue to take place on the last weekend of each month until November.
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For more information or to find out about exhibiting at Art on the Railings, please register with the NCC events team at the events section at www.norwich.gov.uk
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