A programme of contemporary art exhibitions, to raise funds for the Little Ouse Headwaters Project (LOHP), got underway at the weekend.
The first showing of art inspired by the valley and the source of the river was held at the Lophams Village Hall over Saturday and Sunday, with a wide range of works in mixed media on display.
The series, which is organised by the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, continues this weekend with two-day exhibitions at Thelnetham Village Hall, which will focus on textiles, and Blo’Norton Village Hall, which will feature photography, writing and drawing. Many of the art works will be for sale.
LOHP was set up to promote the restoration, conservation and promotion of enjoyment of the wildlife and landscape of the Little Ouse Valley and its headwaters on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. The artists involved in the arts project are all part of the LOHP creative group.
The exhibitions run from 11am to 4pm and entry is free. See www.lohp.org.uk