News - Targetfollow presents 'Works on Paper' 2016

An exhibition of works by members of Norwich 20 Group

The Norwich 20 Group is a diverse group of professional artists. This exhibition gives a snapshot of the wide variety of approaches from a selection of artists all working on paper. Different choices of mediuminclude oil, digital print, etching, charcoal, silkscreen, collograph, emulsion, pencil, ink, acrylic.

Norwich 20 Group Art1The exhibition runs until 28th September 2015

Artists included in this exhibition include:

John Bardell, Sarah Cannell, Gillian Charrot, Richard Cleland, Thea Hickling, David Jones, Yusuf Keten, Carolyn MacArthur, Frances Martin, Gary Martin, John Midgley, Tracey Ross, Sandra Rowney, Stuart Shearer, Ann Marie Stevens, Monika Wesselmann.

About The Exhibition Series

This space hosts a stimulating programme of exhibitions by East Anglian artists kindly sponsored by Targetfollow Estates Ltd. in collaboration with the Theatre Royal. The exhibitions change every 3 months and create a unique opportunity for local professional artists to display and sell their work in a well used and well loved public space.

Norwich 20 Group Art2

When the Theatre was refurbished in 2007 Targetfollow paid for a flexible hanging system to be installed the walls around the Adnams Bar, since then Targetfollow has supported the changing exhibition series which has featured work by local artists including Colin Self, John Kiki, Martin Laurence, Emrys Parry, Bruer Tidman, Mary Mellor, Fiona Roberts, Cornelia FitzRoy, Norwich 20 Group and many more. The space is curated by Sarah Cannell who can be contacted at

Location - Adnams Bar, Theatre Royal, Theatre Street, Norwich, NR2 1RL.
Opening hours are Monday to Saturday from 9.30am until 5pm (and until 8pm on theatre performance days).

This exhibition is part of the Theatre Royal's exhibition series kindly sponsored by Targetfollow Estates Ltd. Targetfollow were shortlisted for an Arts and Business Award for their continued support of the arts Norfolk Arts Awards 2014.

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21st July 2016