Exhibition featuring two artists showcasing a range of paintings and drawings.
John Bardell is a student of anthropology, and this has had a profound influence on his painting. He is showing works based on his recent travels in Africa and the Americas, together with a set of entirely new paintings and drawings, developed during the present ‘lock-down’, which reflects the influence of the Norfolk landscape. Peter Lely is showing paintings and drawings derived from his studies of 11th and 12th century French church sculpture. A set of drawings explores aspects of the human form found in stone carvings of the Apostles at Moissac, and this theme is developed in a series of paintings exploring the distinctive energies to be found in French Romanesque sculpture.
7-15 Fye Bridge, Norwich