A new exhibition at The Assembly House
Friday 20th January to Saturday 8th April
The Assembly House is celebrating the heritage and architecture of our fine city with a new exhibition.
This vibrant collection of artwork features a range of original prints and collages by three local artists.
I ❤ Norwich is open every day from 10am to 6pm at The Assembly House.
This exhibition is supported by The Assembly House Trust
Leanda Jaine Hughes
Leanda Jaine is a Norwich based Illustrator who has recently graduated from NUA (Norwich University of the Arts) with a first class honours degree in Illustration. Inspired by the Norfolk and Norwich area, Leanda uses screen-printing, linocuts, etching and embossing to create her distinctive and original artwork.
A collection of handmade recycled paper illustrations, inspired by architecture, culture and place. A collage series of dwellings from around the world, created to explore design, history and diversity.
Soodle Street aims to reinvent the everyday; collecting forgotten and unwanted papers and reviving them into new and unexpected visual designs.
David is a Norwich-based printmaker with a reputation for capturing the beauty of our fine city:
“Evidence of the past is all around us if we look closely enough. Modern streets follow old tracks and many of today’s buildings stand on lines fixed hundreds if not thousands of years ago. I am particularly interested in architecture, though many of my prints are about people. They may well depict contemporary life but in fact they are still concerned with history since I am recording what will in time become history.”