Our 2023 Anonymous Art Auction is underway. Bid for original art from Maggi Hambling to Margie Britz and Martin Laurance to Mary Anstee Parry and others. These works normally sell from hundreds to thousands – you really could pick up a bargain. View at Cromer Artspace on the Prom daily 11-4; bid online at art-auction.cromer-artspace.uk;…
12 April 2023 until 18 April 2023 The PROSPECT of a collective staff and student exhibition highlights the broad SCOPE of today’s current and emerging artists whose new works will debut in the coastal SCENE of the Cromer Art Space show.
For 2023 we have produced a printed programme to support the summer of art exhibitions at Cromer Artspace on the Prom.
The Art & Culture in Norwich and Norfolk Spring/Summer edition is out now; you can download your copy here
Submit your donation to the 2023 Art Auction
Artspace on the Prom is closed for the winter, opening again in April 2023.
Hanging the exhibition Pictures around Cromer, the National Gallery collection.
August 31 to September 5 2022 A joint exhibition of artworks by Richard Cleland and Frances Martin, who both have studios at St Etheldreda’s, King Street, Norwich. Instagram: @frances.martin.norwich Website: www.francesmartin.co.uk
23-29 August 2022 New work in two and three dimensions from Sheila Robinson. Sheila’s work deals with liminal spaces and the transition from one state to another, with the seashore as her subject matter. She lives locally and often makes work based on the beach just in front of the Artspace building! Sheila’s work is…
A joint show from Niki Medlik and Hazel Burgess inspired by sea
26 July 2022 until 7 August 2022 Steve Baker is a Norwich-based artist and writer. He is a member of the Norwich 20 Group and of the national Land2 research network. Much of his photographic practice engages with the distinctive character and beauty of Norfolk’s woodlands and wetlands, and (as in his current Wall series) with the depletion of the rural environment…
5-10 July 2022 Liz James and Ros Copping: an experimentation with atmosphere, light and colour using oils, watercolour and mixed media.
Margie Britz, selected paintings exploring deep time, informed by the geology of the Norfolk
From October 20th to 30th there will be an exhibition on the theme of Now, Then and What Next at Artspace on the Prom. You will have seen the Open Call to artists. Please do spread the word. At the Community Hall there will be workshops, talks and performances, also linked to ideas about place and identity….
The paintings in this exhibition explore meanings and context through Modernist and Postmodernist approaches to painting. The buildings and the history they imbue act as potent subject matter for the artist’s visual exploration.
The National Gallery creates first ‘downloadable’ exhibition as 30 real-life images of its paintings go on display outdoors in Cromer