Great Yarmouth is subject of art exhibition

PUBLISHED: 09:20 17 April 2018 | UPDATED: 09:20 17 April 2018

One of the works of art by Peter Rodulfo.
Picture: Peter Rodulfo

One of the works of art by Peter Rodulfo. Picture: Peter Rodulfo


People have until this Saturday to view an art exhibition that features an artist’s observations of Great Yarmouth.

Walk through walls with Peter Rodulfo is on display at the Skippings Gallery at 133 King Street, Great Yarmouth.

It is open daily from 11am to 4pm and its last day is Saturday.

Mr Rodulfo has built up a portfolio of artwork which focuses upon the architecture, landmarks, street life and social activities of the town.

The display is described as a brief introduction to his work and features the seafront, the Hippodrome and the Market Place and the Pleasure Beach.

The Walk through Walls exhibit has been at Skippings Gallery for a week.

From April 24 to May 1 an exhibition called Space of Waste will be at the gallery. It highlights the problem of litter in the town and further afield through what are described as a series of creative responses.

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