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Lockdown gallery goes public

PUBLISHED: 10:45 18 June 2020 | UPDATED: 10:46 18 June 2020

Oulton Broad Art Circle has showcased a lockdown gallery online to show off member�s work. The path less trodden by Della Ames.

Oulton Broad Art Circle has showcased a lockdown gallery online to show off member�s work. The path less trodden by Della Ames.

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The coronavirus crisis has seen many artists get out brushes and paper as they develop their creative side.

Oulton Broad Art Circle has showcased a lockdown gallery online to show off member’s work. Tilbury Ferry by Geoff Stevens.Oulton Broad Art Circle has showcased a lockdown gallery online to show off member’s work. Tilbury Ferry by Geoff Stevens.

During the lockdown Oulton Broad Art Circle has showcased a lockdown gallery online to show off member’s work.

Oulton Broad Art Circle has showcased a lockdown gallery online to show off member’s work. Rainbow puffins by John Daynes.Oulton Broad Art Circle has showcased a lockdown gallery online to show off member’s work. Rainbow puffins by John Daynes.

With almost 50 pieces of work having been submitted, a wide ranging record of members ideas are being exhibited.

Oulton Broad Art Circle has showcased a lockdown gallery online to show off member’s work. Sunny flowers by Margaret WilliamsOulton Broad Art Circle has showcased a lockdown gallery online to show off member’s work. Sunny flowers by Margaret Williams

The gallery has been hosted by the Lowestoft Arts Centre and can been seen at www.lowestoft-arts.org/oulton-broad-art-circle-lockdown-gallery

A group spokesman said: “The gallery is going to be online until the end of July and for the last month the Art Circle is giving all local artists the opportunity to send in their work to share with the public.

“If you have been doing any painting, drawing or other artwork during lockdown just take a photograph of it (maximum three per person) and send it to John Daynes at jandhdaynes@hotmail.co.uk

“Oulton Broad Art Circle is hoping that by the end of July there will be a truly creative display of local talent.”


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