Two Worlds – One People, by John Midgley

Art For Haiti

an exhibition of work by Norfolk-based artists

in aid of the

Disasters Emergency Committee Haiti Earthquake Appeal

Twin exhibitions featuring work by more than 40 artists from across the county take place at

Sheringham Little Theatre
2 Station Road, NR26 8RE
until March 21st 2010

and at the
First Floor Gallery
North Norfolk District Council offices,
Cromer Road, Cromer, NR27 9EN
until April 1st 2010

For more information, or to buy work online,

01263 823633

Far From the Ship, by David Morris

Paintings . . . Prints . . . Sculpture . . . Ceramics . . . Textiles . . . Greetings Cards . . . Refreshments and more . .

Jenny Walding, Early Morning Mundesley

Hosted by North Norfolk Artspace, the shows feature paintings and prints by well-known artists and photographers including John Midgley, Helen Herbert, Richard Millington, Ger A Elwood, Martin Battye, John Vesty, David Morris, John Rance and Maureen Cherry.

The Late Shopgirl, by John Vesty

Proceeds will go to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), an umbrella organisation made up of 13 humanitarian aid agencies, including the British Red Cross, Oxfam and Save the Children.

Kit Wade, White Boat, Blakeney

Exhibition organiser Karen Bethell thanked all those who had submitted work for the show and donated prints, sketches and greetings cards, as well as the Westcliffe Gallery, Sheringham, whose owners, Richard and Sheila Parks, have offered to sell one of the more valuable donated paintings.

Sally Hirst, Green Trees

“I have been overwhelmed by the generosity of artists, who have given hundreds of pounds worth of work to be sold in aid of the appeal,” she said. “And although this was originally intended to be a single exhibition of North Norfolk artists’ work, I have received so many donations of paintings, prints and greetings cards from all over the county that it has been necessary to hold two shows.”