West Norfolk Artists Association


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WNAA Exhibitions

The Association is not primarily an exhibiting group, but as part of promoting the work of its members usually has three exhibitions per year. Members are encouraged to enter work for these exhibitions and although all the shows are selected by curators we try where possible to include at least one work from all entrants.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Association has moved to online virtual exhibitions for the moment. You can view them from the links below.

2020 Exhibitions

 

SUMMER EXHIBITION 2020. This is an online exhibition and it opened for viewing on Saturday 22nd August. The links below will take you to it, where you can enjoy seventy pieces of artwork, most of which is for sale.

Visit our 2020 Summer Exhibition webpage See our 2020 Summer Exhibition video

SPRING EXHIBITION 2020. Due to the Coronavirus situation was is a virtual exhibition and can still be viewed using the links below.

Spring Exhibition Video Spring Exhibition PDF

AUTUMN EXHIBITION 2020, Shakespeare Barn, Arts Centre, King's Lynn 7th – 20th November. This may or may not be a virtual exhibition depending on the situation nearer the time.

WNAA Art Challenges

During the pandemic, the Association has been setting the membership a variety of art challenges, to keep everyone making artwork in these difficult times. All the challenge entries can be viewed from the links below. We hope you enjoy our members efforts!

Our Latest Art Challenge - On the Beach Art Challenge No. 5 - Abstract or Flowers, the artist's choice Art Challenge No. 4 - Animals, in all shape and sizes! Art Challenge No. 3 - Norfolk in the style of a French Impressionist Art Challenge No. 2 - From the Inside Looking Out Self-Portrait Challenge - The Artists are Revealed!

Looking to the Future

Nobody knows how long the coronavirus pandemic will last, but we hope that it won't be too long before it's possible once again to visit a WNAA exhibition and see the actual artwork rather than an image on a screen. There will be more details about that when the position becomes clearer. Meanwhile, keep well!