SOMEONE needs to provide a comprehensive weekly directory of North Norfolk arts.
And it may as well be me.
A white staffy from Essex.
Well, maybe not weekly.
First up we travelled (walked) to Sheringham Museum to see ‘Drift’ by Jeanette Bolton-Martin.
It wasn’t photos on paper!
It was photos on silk!
They say: “Original cyanotypes created by Jeanette Bolton Martin, have been digitally reproduced on silk organza for the installation. The audience interacting, by allowing their walking around the space to create movement in the material. Throughout the duration of the exhibition, the silk edges of the artworks will begin to fray, simulating coastal erosion. At the end of the exhibition, the debris of frayed threads will be drifted out to sea and retrieved again.”
We say: It was really lovely looking out the tower of the museum, over Sheringham, through the beautiful, delicate works themselves representing the views.
Barely a day later we trotted (got the train) to Cromer. If you want to see an exhibition of wonderful art works by North Norfolk artists and you’ve gone to Cromer you’ve gone to the right place.
The RNLI Henry Blogg Museum.
One of the best bits was the models of typical seaside buildings made out of driftwood found on the beach.
Its kind of the same thing as the Sheringham thing.
I think they call it a synchronicity of content and form.
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