Malcolm Cudmore

Norfolk art collective to exhibit works ahead of open studios event. A Norfolk art collective is set to open an exhibition of work ahead of its annual open studios trail.

The Spring Show by Harleston & Waveney Art Trail collective (HWAT) will take place at The Old King’s Head in Brockdish.

Featuring the work of 34 artists, the exhibition will give viewers the chance to take a look at the work on offer ahead of the Harleston & Waveney Art Trail which will take place across June and July.

Chairman of HWAT, Malcolm Cudmore, said: “This year HWAT features a terrific 34 open studios. The trail includes artists that have been trail members since its establishment thirteen years ago as well as several new and returning members.

“All are within a very short distance of Harleston and Bungay. The range and quality of the work to be seen in the studios can be sampled at the group’s Spring Show.

“The Old Kings Head at Brockdish is rapidly gaining a reputation for its art exhibitions and music events. I’m really excited that, in my first year as Chair, we are showing in such a distinctive and popular venue.”

The Spring exhibition runs for four weeks until Sunday, June 4th 2017.

From vibrant abstracts and evocative landscapes to textiles, prints and sculptures there is a range of work on display.

All work is for sale and a percentage of sales will benefit the trail’s chosen charity for 2017 – The East Coast Hospice.

The exhibition is open Tuesdays-Thursdays 10am – 10pm, Fridays and Saturdays 10am – 11pm, Sundays 10am – 9pm and is closed on Mondays. (The Old King’s Head, Brockdish, IP21 4JY).

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About Harleston & Waveney Art Trail

The Harleston & Waveney Art Trail Collective (also known as HWAT) is a diverse and lively community of professional artists who live and work in the beautiful Waveney Valley, all within reach of Harleston, a small market town on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk.

Waveney Art Trail

The Harleston & Waveney Art Trail has taken place every summer since 2005. Each year the group opens their studios and workshops for two or three consecutive weekends. Entry to all studios and workshops is free, browsers are very welcome, and work can be purchased direct from the artists. All the studios are within ten miles of Harleston.

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