A record 24 artists will take part in Easterly Artists winter exhibition in Pakefield.
Members of the group have been cleaning their brushes, wetting their pottery wheels and sharpening their chisels for the exhibition Making Our Mark at the Ferini Art Gallery in Pakefield.
The phrase “making your mark” originates in archery, where it signifies hitting the target.
The group has grown in numbers recently, so a record 24 artists will be presenting their interpretations of the theme in an awe-inspiring variety of mediums, ranging from painting in oil and acrylics, screenprint, mixed media collage, digital illustration and ceramics to less well- known art forms such as Dorodango and sculptural assemblages using found objects.
Making Our Mark opens on Friday 5 November and runs until Sunday 9 January 2022 at the
Ferini Gallery, 27-29 All Saints Road, Pakefield NR33 0JL. Opening times are 11am – 4pm every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and entry is free.
Easterly Artists members are all practising artists living or working within a 20-mile radius of Ness Point, the most easterly part of the UK. Members of the group will be on hand throughout the show to meet visitors and answer questions about their practice.