Easterly Artists Letting in the Light

Norfolk art group Norfolk & Norwich Art Circle
Malcolm Cudmore – Big Yellow Tractor Aldeburgh. Credit Malcolm Cudmore

Exhibition at The old Ladbrokes building
5-7 St Peter’s St, Triangle Market, Lowestoft NR32 1QA

Friday 9 – Sunday 18 September 2022 10am – 5pm


Popular art collective Easterly Artists are back with another exciting pop-up art exhibition “Letting in the Light”, in the old Ladbrokes building at 5-7 St Peter’s St, Lowestoft NR32 1QA. Open daily 10am- 5pm, Fri 9 – Sun 18 Sept; free entry.

Lowestoft visual artists collective Easterly Artists return with another of their highly acclaimed pop-up exhibitions.

Norfolk art group Norfolk & Norwich Art Circle
Paul Zawadzki – Marsh Flight. Credit Paul Zawadzki

“Letting in the Light”, will take over the disused Ladbrokes building in the Triangle Market on the historic High Street – transforming it into a focal point for some of the most creative and inspiring art in East Suffolk today.

Titled “Letting in the Light”, the new show explores one of the most important elements in any artist’s toolbox – light: what is it; how it changes; how you can play with it and how it affects both the artist’s view of what they’re creating and the viewer’s perception of what they’re seeing?

Hilary Barry - Turning Around (30 x 30 cm) Oil on board
Hilary Barry – Turning Around (30 x 30 cm) Oil on board

“Letting in the Light” is open daily 10am-5pm, Friday 9th to Sunday 18th September
at 5-7 St Peter’s Street, Triangle Market, Lowestoft NR32 1QA.

Entry is free.

All Easterly Artists members are practising artists living or working within a 20-mile radius of Ness Point, the UK’s most easterly location.





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