Easterly Artists will be joining Waveney & Blyth Arts on its 2020 Sculpture in the Valley Trail, in its new home at Potton Hall on the edge of Dunwich Heath.
Working to the theme “Internal and External Landscapes”, members will be displaying work across a wide range of mediums, including painting, print-making, ceramics, screen-printing, collography, artistic wood-turning, magical realism and sculptural assemblages using found objects.
Miles Barry, Easterly Artists Coordinator, commented: “We’re delighted to have this opportunity to exhibit alongside the Waveney & Blyth Arts Sculpture Trail in this exciting new venue.
“The hall provides an excellent backdrop for the visual arts, and visitors will have the double benefit of being able to see not just some of the best sculptural pieces but also some of the finest 2D and 3D work the region has to offer, all in the idyllic surroundings of Potton Hall and its grounds.”
Formed in 2018, members of Easterly Artists are all practising artists living or working within a 20-mile radius of Ness Point. The group is perhaps best known for its recent pop-up show last September in Lowestoft, when it took over a disused retail unit on the High Street to stage a highly-regarded exhibition under the title “People Power”.
Image: Chris Milham, Covehithe Bay