St Margaret’s Church Thorpe Market
A village-based venue for both visual and performing arts.
FRIDAY 18TH TO SUNDAY 20th NOVEMBER 2016
Following the success of the first Seasonal Spectacular last year, once again we will be holding a seasonal exhibition and sale of work in the very pretty (and warm!) St Margaret’s church, Thorpe Market, combining stunning new artwork and photographs with a variety of unique, handmade Christmas gifts (if you can bear to give them away), cards and decorations, from three local artists. As always, a wide selection of used books will be for sale, as well as teas, coffees and delicious homemade cakes. Entrance is free, the artists will be on hand throughout the exhibition and there is ample parking opposite the church. Opening hours 11 – 4 each day.
ROSALIE OSBORNE GIBB
Rosalie will once again be exhibiting an exciting new collection of artwork in various mediums as well as photographs, signed Limited Edition mounted prints plus greetings cards, depicting her paintings and photos. Rosalie’s artwork covers many diverse subjects, the North Norfolk coast and countryside being favourites. Rosalie will also have for sale a unique collection of Christmas cards, decorations and gifts. Rosalie’s paintings have found their way around the UK and Europe, and from New Zealand to South Africa, the USA and Canada, have sold at various exhibitions and galleries, locally and further afield, including The Guildhall in London.
Win a signed Limited Edition Print of your favourite painting by voting for the Visitor’s Choice.
TERRIE AND PAM
Glass Artists Terrie and Pam create an exciting range of handmade copper foiled, fused and cast kiln-fired glass items, ranging from beautiful Murano glass necklace pendants with shimmering dichroic inserts to Christmas decorations, dishes, ornamental items, lamps and landscape and seascape panels. These beautiful creations are not only totally unique to Terrie and Pam, so make really special gifts, but are also affordable with prices starting at £5. Individual commissions can also be undertaken.
Ian crafts attractive and sturdy lamp bases from oak, which are fully fitted with bulb and shade holders, a long flex and a plug. His stylish clocks are made from recycled oak boards and incorporate German quartz movements for accurate time keeping and near-silent operation.