The Art of Norman Clark

11th Sep-31st Oct 2021

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Location: Village Centre Foyer, Trinity Road, Hurstpierpoint

Hurstpierpoint Museum will be showing some of Hurstpierpoint artist Norman Clark’s work during this year’s Hurst Festival. This will be on display in the Hurstpierpoint Museum cabinets in the foyer of the Village Centre, Trinity Road. 

Norman was born in Ilford, Essex and studied at the Central School of Art and Crafts in 1929, followed by the Royal Academy School between 1930 and 1935 where he won the RA Gold Medal in painting and an Edward Stott scholarship.

He lived in Hurstpierpoint from 1947 and taught at Belmont School, Belmont Lane and at Brighton Art School for over three decades. He was a Member of the Society of Sussex Painters and is represented in Brighton Museum, The Harris Museum, Preston and in the Imperial War Museum.

He was a prolific artist, with many local scenes included in his work, including this one of St Lawrence fair.

The Exhibition is open during Village Centre Opening Hours

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