Paint Out Ludham 2022

Paintings created at Paint Out Ludham 2022

Paint Out Ludham took place 26 June. Ten plein air artists explored a quintessential Broads village with thatch, boats, lanes, classic cars and wherries, and 16 open gardens. It was also an opportunity to support Norfolk heritage and historic church preservation as we were based at St Catherine’s Church, built on an 11th-century site. This was the place where the artist Edward Seago chose to live in his Grade II listed Dutch House. Across his life, he painted from Italy to Morocco, Anglesey to Portugal, the Second World War to the Coronation, but Norfolk was his love from Ludham to Great Yarmouth and more local sites. Kieron Williamson, the teenage artist known as the “mini Monet”, was inspired by this area of Norfolk. He still lives and paints locally in Ludham.

Paintings will be added below during and after the event. If a painting you are interested in is not online yet and the exhibition is closed then please contact info@paintout.org 07432 608015 to enquire about availability and purchase.

Paint Out Norfolk 2021

Paintings created at Paint Out Norfolk 2021

Paint Out Norfolk took place 16-23 July. 70+ plein air artists touring city, coast and countryside, as well as historical John Crome painting spots. The artists explored the North-West and East coasts, Norwich, Broads, Gunton Park, Gooderstone Water Gardens, classic cars, boatyard, allotments, and a cemetery. Eight painting days in the summer sun!

Paintings will be added below during and after the event or visit the art exhibition in person until 24th July 2021. If a painting you are interested in is not online yet and the exhibition is closed then please contact info@paintout.org 07432 608015 to enquire about availability and purchase.

Paint Out Norfolk 2020

Paintings created at Paint Out Norfolk 2020

Paint Out Norfolk took place 16-23 July. 50+ plein air artists touring coast and countryside safely and respecting Covid social distancing. The artists explored South Norfolk’s river Yare, North and East Norfolk’s beaches and Broads, Norfolk and Norwich’s green spaces. Eight painting days in the summer sun!

Paintings will be added below during and after the event or visit the art exhibition in person until 23rd July 2020. If a painting you are interested in is not online yet and the exhibition is closed then please contact katy@paintout.org 07432 608015 to enquire about availability and purchase.

 

Exhibition

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Paint Out Norfolk 2022

Artist Kate Gabriel, Paint Out Hub Red Ropes, Whitlingham, Oil, 10x12in, £275. Paint Out Norfolk 2020
Artist Kate Gabriel, Paint Out Hub: Red Ropes, Whitlingham, Oil, 10x12in

Paint Out Norfolk takes place 15-24 July. 90+ plein air artists touring city and towns, coast and countryside. Eight painting days in the summer sun! The rolling exhibition of around 100 fresh artworks will be on display each day and 200+ on the final day drawn from 600+ created during the week. Please RSVP to the Private View & Awards or Exhibition below.

Exhibition Location

Large open-sided marquee next to Flint Barn Café, Whitlingham Lane, Trowse, Norwich, NR14 8TR. Food & drinks vendors some evenings.

Check out our Google Map of where we are painting around Norfolk each day (this will be updated live with any changes).

Opening Times

16th-21st July 9-11am & 5-8pm (and at other times if the main Marquee is open)

22nd July 6-8pm (Private View & Awards – RSVP below to confirm attendance)

23rd July 9-8pm 

24th July 9-4pm (we will be taking down the exhibition from 4pm but will be on-site for collections)

Sales

James Colman packages a sold artwork in the posh paintout takeaway pizza box. Photo by Katy Jon Went
James Colman packages a sold artwork in the fresh art flatpack pizza box. 

Purchased paintings can be collected from 7pm on the 22nd, through the weekend and afterward by arrangement. 

If you’ve seen a painting you are interested in please visit the event online gallery or contact info@paintout.org 07432 608015 / 07808 970429 to purchase

Charity

We supported MIND in 2020 raising £1000 and in 2021 we raised £1650 for Young Norfolk Arts which “provides opportunities for children and young people to create and engage with creativity and culture across Norfolk.”. 2022’s charity is towards Ukraine relief.

Exhibition, Private View & Awards RSVP

This year the judges are Head Curator of the National Trust & Design History Society Chair Dr Sally-Anne Huxtable, critic and curator Hugh Pilkington and artist Michael Richardson

Or call 07432 608015

 

Paint Out Norfolk 2022 Gallery  Paint Out Norfolk 2021 Gallery  Paint Out Norfolk 2020 Gallery