Norfolk artist set for another exhibition of her scenic artwork
- Credit: Ian Burt
At the age of 89, Pamela Noyes is set for yet another exhibition of her scenic paintings.
She paints bold, textured seascapes and landscapes in oil on boards.
Her work of recent paintings will be on show at the Boathouse, by the harbour at Burnham Overy Staithe from Saturday, July 14 to July to Sunday, July 22.
Mrs Noyes said: 'I am an established artist and have been painting for 75 years. Two years ago I held an exhibition at the Boathouse and said it was going to be my last, but here I am.
'I'll have 20 pieces of artwork on show at the exhibition, each piece will be of Norfolk landscapes and seascapes.
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'I'm really looking forward to the exhibition, I love it.'
Mrs Noyes said the time it takes to paint each piece varies, some can take just three days and others can take a few weeks.
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The exhibition is free to attend and is open daily from 10am to 6pm.