An art collective will host a pop-up art exhibition in an empty retail unit on Lowestoft High Street this September.
17 artists from the group Easterly Artists will be taking part in the event which will showcase some of the most creative artistic talent in Lowestoft and the surrounding areas.
Members of the group are all practising artists living or working within a 20-mile radius of Ness Point. The new exhibition forms part of the Lowestoft Heritage Open Day celebrations, taking place in September and is based on the theme “People Power”.
The temporary gallery will take place in the old Poundstretcher building at 165 London Road North, NR32 1HG. Entry is free.
Visitors will be able to see pieces covering a wide range of mediums, including painting, print-making, ceramics, screen-printing, collography, artistic wood-turning, magical realism and sculptural assemblages using found objects.
Easterly Artists are grateful for the support of Danny Steel, founder and managing director of property agents Steel & Co, in sourcing and making the premises available.
The gallery is open 11am-4pm every day of the Heritage Open Day programme, Friday 13 – Sunday 22 September. For the following two weeks 26 September – 5 October, it is open 11am-4pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Visitors can download an exhibition guide from the Easterly Artists website at www.easterly.org.uk/hod, including a handy map showing nearby car parks and parking spaces. More information is also available on the Easterly Artists website, Facebook page and Instagram account.
165 London Road North, Lowestoft NR32 1HG www.easterly.org.uk