Derek Morris exhibits his work with the N20G for the first time
The Norwich Twenty Group's (N20G) autumn exhibition FourSight opens its doors to the public at the old Bally Shoe Factory, Hall Road, Norwich.
The exhibition features work from N20G's sister groups in Rouen, Novi Sad and for the first time - Koblenz.
"I am delighted that our exhibition is bringing together artists from Norwich and its twin cities," said Rory McShane, chairman of N20G.
The exhibition runs from 7 - 19 September, 2009.
FourSight will be the second of two exhibitions that the N20G group have put on in 2009.
Their Spring exhibition,
Voicing Visions: Artistic poetry,
featured art works and poetry by Norfolk residents showcased at St Margaret's Church in Norwich.
This exhibition will show a wide range of artwork including traditional, figurative and abstract painting, sculpture and imaginative site installations responding to the space of the old factory.
"The exhibition aims to celebrate the rich mix of styles and ideas coming from four different countries and is likely to be a colourful, energetic and original show," said Rory McShane.
John Broadbent's Nile Sunset will be on show at the old Bally Shoe Factory
N20G was formed in 1944 comprising mainly professional artists from what is now Norwich University College of the Arts.
The group is no longer limited to 20 and has recently increased its size.
"The group has expanded to more than 70 artists, following a series of highly successful exhibitions and collaborations, and includes recent graduates from Norwich University College of the Arts and new members with long established reputations such as Derek Morris, Gill Levin and Martin Battye," said Rory.
The latest exhibition gives those new members an opportunity to showcase their work with the rest of the group.
FourSight is the fourth in a sequence of alliances with Norwich's twins and the first time that Koblenz artists have taken part.
The exhibition runs from 7 - 19 September, 2009, at the old Bally Shoe Factory, Hall Road, Norwich.
It opens daily from 10am - 6pm, with free admission and parking.