The recently mapped and protected Reef lies just offshore of the towns of Cromer and Sheringham and is home to an abundance of species. The dinosaur-era reef, covered with beautiful and vulnerable lifeforms, is the inspiration behind this exhibition. With the creatures who live along the coastal strip at constant risk from plastic and other man-made pollutants, artist Rainie Kay has produced several pieces of work to sell which it's hoped will raise funds for local ocean=protection groups.
The exhibition features printmaking, painting and the beautiful glasswork of fellow artist Susan Purser Hope.
Susan will also be running a number of workshops for both adults and children and the diver who first discovered the reef, Rob Spray, will be giving a photographic lecture on Saturday 9th march at 2pm. Workshops & lecture have a fee.
For more details visit:www.anterosfoundation.com
To book a place on a workshop or a seat for the lecture please go to:www.purserhope.co.uk
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