N20G in 2020 – Group exhibition at Mandell’s Gallery: 2 – 26 December 2020

We are delighted to announce that Norwich 20 Group will be having a selected exhibition N20G in 2020
at Mandell’s Gallery, Elm Hill, Norwich.
Due to the government announcement of a further lockdown, the exhibition opening will be delayed until Mandell’s Gallery can re-open, with provisional exhibition dates now from 2 – 26 December. The exhibition will be hung in advance of that date,  with a view to also showing a short video exhibition online in advance of the new opening date.
Do please keep an eye on our website and social media for updates, and visit Mandell’s Gallery website to see a selection of works already delivered.
https://www.mandellsgallery.co.uk/exhibitions/n20g-in-2020/
We look forward to seeing you in December.
In the meantime, take care and stay safe, and many thanks for your support. 

PV – Due to Covid-19 restrictions there will not be a traditional PV,  but we hope you will have plenty of opportunity to visit. 

After a difficult year of cancellations and postponements, we are delighted to have this opportunity to exhibit, and are looking forward to sharing our latest work – all completed during the last year.

Everyone has been affected by the pandemic in some way, and N20G are no exception.
Hearing that, due to Covid 19 restrictions, all N20G’s exhibitions since March had been cancelled or postponed was the trigger motivation for Rachel Allen, Director of Mandell’s Gallery, to offer the group an opportunity to exhibit at the gallery.
Rachel said, ‘2020 has been a difficult year of cancellations and postponements for everyone, but on this occasion, it has presented a wonderful opportunity for us to be able to offer space in our calendar to Norwich 20 Group.’

Current Chair of N20G, Brigitte Hague, said, ‘During ‘lockdown’, many artists have still been busy in their studios or working at home; experimenting with new and different processes, painting plein air, or out walking and sketching – searching for fresh perspectives and new inspiration, or simply responding to their local surroundings and circumstances.’
Forty-five artists are taking part, with work from painters, sculptors, printmakers and photographers.

Social distancing measures have been put in place at the gallery, so everyone can feel safe when visiting.

Posted on 15 October 2020