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Dragonfly Gallery opens for festive exhibition celebrating local artists

PUBLISHED: 17:38 04 December 2017

Artwork by Patricia Welsh. Photo: Wayland Dragonfly Gallery

Artwork by Patricia Welsh. Photo: Wayland Dragonfly Gallery

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The Wayland Dragonfly Gallery in Watton is hosting a special exhibition for the festive season.

Artwork by Liz Murfitt. Photo: Wayland Dragonfly GalleryArtwork by Liz Murfitt. Photo: Wayland Dragonfly Gallery

For the next two weeks, the gallery will be home to several stunning creations made by local artists, as part of their exhibition, titled: “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas.”

The exhibition is showcasing a multitude of different mediums and crafts including work by Enid Clarke of the Royal Miniature Society.

The gallery held a preview evening on Friday, November 24, from 7-8.30pm with festive refreshments and many of the featured artists present.

And the exhibition opened on Saturday 25th November. It will run until Tuesday, December 19.

Artwork by Alison and Esther. Photo: Wayland Dragonfly GalleryArtwork by Alison and Esther. Photo: Wayland Dragonfly Gallery

The Dragonfly Gallery, on Watton High Street, is the only community gallery in the area, and supports artists from across the region by hosting a range of exhibitions throughout the year.

The gallery is managed by the Wayland Partnership,

Artwork by Katie Nice. Photo: Wayland Dragonfly GalleryArtwork by Katie Nice. Photo: Wayland Dragonfly Gallery


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