Cautious hand tinted drypoint

The Assembly House are celebrating the yuletide season with a selection of work from two fantastic artists from East Anglia.

The Winter exhibition promises enough colour to brighten the darkest of winter nights, with work from Glynn Thomas and Sarah Bays.

Quick Brown fox

Sarah Bays

Sarah Bays is a printmaker living in Norwich, producing prints from a small etching press on a tea trolley in the corner of her dining room.

“I find my inspiration in my surroundings: the Norfolk countryside, its wildlife, birds, farm animals and coast. I am often inspired by my morning dog walks: winter sunrises, the pattern of light through the trees and birds in flight silhouetted against the sky.”


Glynn Thomas

Glynn Thomas was born in Cambridge in 1946. He studied at the Cambridge School of Art and then, for some twelve years, taught printmaking at the Ipswich School of Art. He is now a full time artist living in Suffolk.


Glynn is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers and his work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the country.

This exhibition is supported by The Assembly House Trust