Spindrift ~

12th September 2013
9th November 2013


Norwich Arts Centre

An exhibition of Norfolk Coastal landscapes

By Jeremy Webb

Thursday 12th September-Saturday 9th November (extended opening dates)

10am-6pm Monday-Saturday

This exhibition shows a series of coastal landscape photographs from Webb’s 15-year-long project to document the changing landscape of the Norfolk Coastline.

Neither romantic “Poppyland” nor dry documentary, the images instead reflect an idiosyncratic view of the landscape and often respond to the eccentric or the unusual, where the natural world and the manmade environment collide.

The images from this project are being shown for the first time and represent a tiny extract from the project which has grown over time to encompass the entire coastline of Norfolk – from Heacham and its west-facing coastline right the way round to Hopton on the east coast, just above Lowestoft on the Norfolk/Suffolk border.

Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and by Norfolk County Council Arts Project Fund.



Photography Workshops:

Saturdays 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th October

Price: £60 per day (£40 concessions)

Location: Norfolk coast. Please contact Jeremy for details and to book: www.jeremywebbphotography.com

During the exhibitions 7 week run, Webb will run 4 workshops on each of the consecutive Saturdays in October. These will give other photographers the opportunity to visit a range of locations on the Norfolk coast and pursue their own coastal landscape photography in a small group led by Webb.


Art and the Sea: The Sea is our Masterpiece

Wednesday 30 October 4-7pm

Location: Sheringham Little Theatre, 2 Station Road, Sheringham, NR26 8RE

Free, booking essential: call the box office at Sheringham Little Theatre on 01263 822347

Twilight talks about projects and research responding to the coast. Speakers include artists Ackroyd & Harvey, Jeremy Webb and Rachel Wilberforce, and Cultural Geographer Amy Cutler. This event will be in association with an artist residency project with Claude Cattelain.

This event is part of Sainsbury Centre’s Art and the Sea programme funded by The Crown Estate and interreg


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