Painter Paul Darley and photographer David Morris are hosting a joint Pop up Exhibition at Studio20Norwich 20 Wensum Street NR3 1HY from 9 April – 13 April.

They will show work inspired by Norwich, the Norfolk countryside and coast, bar life, the Circus and other dark places.

The show’s title, Hang it and they will come’, is inspired by the Kevin Costner film ‘Field of Dreams’. As Paul Darley said, “this is more an act of faith on our part.”

Paul is a Norwich boy spending his school days exploring the town and spending a lot of time fishing in the Wensum before moving to Cromer were he has lived for the last thirty years. He has a substantial body of work devoted to the crab fishermen of Cromer, he is a member of the East Anglia Group of Marine Artists, so the way light plays on the waterways and the sea is very important to him.
His work is on show at the Fairfax and Mandell’s Gallery, he has also held frequent exhibitions in Zurich.

David has won photographic awards for his photo reportage, landscape and portrait work. He has twice been invited to hold solo exhibitions at Hull International Photography Gallery showing his Barlife work and a study of the Trawler men of Hull.
His work is an eclectic mix of colour, black and white and infrared media. The latest body of work is a series of Nocturnes; these are studies of the coastline taken at dusk or in challenging lighting conditions.

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With grateful thanks to  Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 

for his music and soundtracks.

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Photograph of a man with an umbrella on Cromer pier taken at dusk.
Photograph of a dancer in a tutto and a high wire performer who looks Frankenstein like looks on at the girl.