A week-long exhibition is held to sell works by artists at St Nicholas’ Chapel in Lynn.
The West Norfolk Artists Association (WNAA) exhibits around 200 works of art in the chapel in St Ann’s Street.
65 of the artists’ works are available until Monday, August 29.
Stephen Martyn, a long-time member of the association, said: “It’s been going well so far and we’ve had a good number of visitors and a lot of artwork has already been sold,
“This is the 22nd year that we have held our exhibition in the chapel, we normally hold three exhibitions a year, two in King’s Lynn and one in Thornham.”
The exhibition is free and features a variety of artworks to view or buy, ranging from paintings, sculptures and ceramics.
The West Norfolk Artists Association currently has around 130 members and encourages people of all artistic ability to join.
The bands next autumn exhibition will take place at St George’s Guildhall in King’s Lynn from Saturday 12 November.
Kings of Arts and Showbiz Lynn Lucy Carter