Four local female artists with long-standing ties with King's Lynn Arts Centre exhibit a selection of the challenging and experimental work they produced on recently completed MA courses at Norwich University College of the Arts. Helen Breach and Sandra Walmsley studied on the MA Drawing, whilst Mary Crofts and Linda Roast studied for the MA in Fine Art.
Linda Roast's subtle and sensitive pieces offer us her own take on current values within society and the fragility of life, sometimes appropriating and altering existing imagery. With farming as a metaphor, Mary Crofts' uses her work to highlight and commentate upon weighty issues and policy in a playful way. Helen Breach has investigated ways of capturing commonplace sounds, such as a boiling kettle, through drawing. Sandra Walmsley's interest in natural history and the environment has led to the creation of a mythical sanctuary for extinct animals called Sanshumain, revealed through her artist's book.