Creatives from across the East prepare to exhibit at Norwich’s Spring Art Show
Artists from across the East of England are invited to apply to exhibit at this year’s Spring Art Show in the heart of Norwich.
The exhibition, a staple event in Norfolk’s art calendar, will return for its tenth anniversary on 5th to 9th April 2023.
Norwich’s Spring Art Show, which takes place at the Forum, will gather together an eclectic mix of artists working in a range of art forms and styles.
Organised by Norwich artist Brian Korteling the exhibition is open between 5th and 9th April. Brian Korteling said: “It’ll be good to be back in the Forum hosting the Spring Art Show now in its 10th year. It is always interesting to see the artist’s work and it’s great to meet the public and hear their comments which are almost always very positive.
“We aim to put on a diverse and inspiring exhibition of artwork so this year we have introduced a
selection process for the first time to give us more curatorial control. Hopefully this will make for an
even better exhibition.”
Annually attracting thousands of visitors, the original artworks and prints on show will all be for sale.
The exhibition is held in the light and spacious Atrium at The Forum, a short walk from public transport links.
Norwich’s Spring Art Show applications close on Sunday 26th February 2023 and artists will be informed of acceptance by Friday 3rd March.
For more information, please visit www.springartshow.co.uk
Applications are open to all artists from Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. Both 2D and 3D work is
accepted in any medium and prints and cards can be shown and will be displayed at the main desk.
About Brian Korteling
Brian left a career in graphic design to become a freelance artist in May 2009. Since then he has experimented with many painting styles, themes and techniques. He enjoys exploring materials and primarily paints on wood, MDF, hessian, and more recently, aluminium.
When Brian returned to painting in 2009 his main subject matter was trees, especially the bare branches of winter and the vivid palette of autumn. Since then he has expanded his practice and experimented with various styles and ideas with the most recent being inspired by the Japanese art of Kintsugi where bowls are broken and mended using gold to fill the gaps. These new pieces will be on show at this year’s Spring Art Show.
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