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To begin the celebrations of our 90th Anniversary in style, the GYDSA has published a commemorative book marking this very special year. Launched at our exhibition in November, at the Great Yarmouth Galleries, each case-bound 128-page edition features the Society's founding (our first President was Sir John Arnesby-Brown) and history to present-day, notable artists, paintings from the Permanent Collection, featured artists, Society awards and listings of members and patrons.

With a foreword from Richard Jewson Esq.J.P.,HM Lord-Lieutenant of Norfolk, introduction by former President Julian Macey and message from Margaret Carver, President/Chairman the production highlights the nexus of artists, past and present, who have collectively, each in their era, provided the substance and structure for our contribution to the original concept of the Society - "to generate and sustain a love of Art in the community".

Copies, priced £20, are available by contacting
Margaret Carver 01493 728446
art@greatyarmouthartists.co.uk









We hope you enjoy your visit and invite you to look at the paintings in our virtual gallery.
Press PAINTINGS to open over 80 pictures for you to look at. If you want to be more selective you can refine your search to the kind of pictures you enjoy eg. Landscapes in pastel.

Or if you want to see work by an individual artist press ARTISTS and then select the artist you wish to view, there you will find up to ten pictures by that artist together with their biography.

If you are interested

There are also  pages that will give  
    Background to the Society, 
    News about our future exhibitions, 
    How to become a member, 
    When our meetings are held  
    Society news.

 

President: Margaret Carver RMS.


THANK YOU,  PLEASE VISIT AGAIN TO SEE WHAT IS NEW IN THE SOCIETYd in the work of the Society’s Permanent Collection  the PERMANENT COLLECTION button will open a selection of pictures. There are details given on this page if you wish to contact us regarding a member from the past.

Images © Great Yarmouth & District Society of Artists or their respective owners

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