Paint Out public paint out 28 May

Call to artists – Norwich Public paint out ‘on the bus’, Sunday 28 May

Public Paint Out “on the bus” for Artists of all ages & abilities

This Sunday 28 May we’re calling amateur and professional artists to draw and paint with us around the Chapelfield, Forum and Norwich City Hall area. For extra height and a fresh view of the city you can opt to paint from a static double decker open top bus.

The 28 May paint out is available all-day 9-5pm but do come along, morning or afternoon or both.

Bus stop times are 9-9:30am & 1-1:30pm for pick ups from Guildhall/City Hall parking bays from which we may drive to painting spots. If you miss the bus, or can’t find us, call 07808 970429 or 07432 608015 to find out where we are.

 We’ve also art workshops to brush up your skills on Saturday 27 May, the day before.

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Artist Michael Richardson, 'Artist in Tombland', Tombland, £700. Oil, 16x12in, Paint Out Norwich 2016. Photo by Katy Jon Went
Michael Richardson, ‘Artist in Tombland’, Tombland Paint Out, Norwich 2016

These public paint outs are great opportunities to paint alongside experienced artists. 

  • Sunday 28 May 2017, Chapelfield, Norwich
  • Sunday 17 Sep 2017, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
  • Sunday 15 Oct 2017, Norwich 

Public paint outs are a non-juried entry mass participation project as part of our professional Paint Out competitions.

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Paint Out Norwich Chapelfield public 'paint out' 28 May 2017

 

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Artists and public gather outside Anteros Arts on Fye Bridge to view the Paint Out Norwich Tombland artwork - photo by Katy Jon Went
Artists and public gather outside Anteros Arts on Fye Bridge to view the Paint Out Norwich Tombland artwork

Paint Out has previously run a 100-person mass public paint out on Mousehold Heath, Norwich and sunrise paint outs on Wells Beach and Quayside in North Norfolk. In Norwich, we’ve also explored the historic Tombland and Cathedral Quarter district.

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