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Art loves chance to hop on down to hare exhibition

PUBLISHED: 15:56 12 July 2018 | UPDATED: 16:19 12 July 2018

A piece of art that will be on display at Wymondham Arts Centre. Picture: Wymondham Arts Centre

A piece of art that will be on display at Wymondham Arts Centre. Picture: Wymondham Arts Centre

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Hares and other Norfolk favourite motifs will be on show at the Art Works in the Wymondham Arts Centre (WAC) from July 24 until August 5.

A piece of art that will be on display at Wymondham Arts Centre. Picture: Wymondham Arts CentreA piece of art that will be on display at Wymondham Arts Centre. Picture: Wymondham Arts Centre

WAC is hosting a Good Hare Days exhibition to coincide with the Norfolk and Norwich “Go Go Hares” trail 2018 in support of Break charity.

Artworks include mosaics, paintings, prints, pottery, woodwork and textiles.

Galya Clark from WAC said: “It will be a lot of fun for hare lovers. Such art is interesting not only for the collectors, but also excellent for decorating houses and offices.”

Visitors can see a wide range of media, used by many different Norfolk artists.

Ms Clark added: “The art is for sale so they could be hare today and gone tomorrow.”

John Cornish, Louise Maclaren, Monica Cameron, Philippa Lee, Sarah Bays are among the authors of exhibits.

The Centre is opened Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 5pm and Sunday from 12pm – 5pm in Thomas Becket’s chapel.


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