Contemporary artwork to inspire

Pictured front left Claire Spalding of Fakenham to the left and Eleanor Olejnik of Wisbech back from Emily Chapman, Penny Tripp of Hunstanton and Cynthia Jackson of Pott Row.
Pictured front left Claire Spalding of Fakenham to the left and Eleanor Olejnik of Wisbech back from Emily Chapman, Penny Tripp of Hunstanton and Cynthia Jackson of Pott Row.
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THURSDAY (May 31) saw King’s Lynn Arts Centre opens its doors to the final exhibition of work by third year fine art degree students who have studied at the College of West Anglia.

The exhibition is a celebration of the creativity, ambition and achievement of seven student.

The artwork reflects the culmination of three years of learning, research and creative development. The show will demonstrate a diverse and dynamic variety of contemporary artwork in media ranging from painting, sculpture, print-making, photography and much more.

Chris Irons, Course Director for BA Fine Art said: “All students exhibiting this year have made full use of their time studying at the College of West Anglia and have developed exciting, innovative, sometimes challenging artwork. There is a high level of commitment and professionalism evident in the work and I really look forward to seeing how these students develop artwork and careers in the future”.

The public are invited to attend the exhibition, which will be open Tuesday – Saturday, 10–5pm from May 31 until June 16. Come along and discover more from participating artists who will be present to discuss the works exhibited throughout the exhibition.

For further information about art and design courses at the college visit: www.cwa.ac.uk or contact our King’s Lynn campus on 01553-761144.