It is very difficult to know where to start with painting locations with in the Inspirational Norfolk Broads, there are locations to suit every artist's creative appetite.
Quiet rural lanes, rivers, coastal dunes, boats, brash Great Yarmouth, Thrigby Wild Life Park for the wildlife artist.
St Benet's Abbey John Sell Cotman
During "A BRUSH WITH THE BROADS", we want to encourage car sharing to venues so we don't block up our beautiful lanes and car parks.
I sat making a list of venues whilst waiting for friends last Friday and came up with, but there are many more.
Stalham Staithe: Museum of the Broads, warehouses, Boat yards, Norfolk Brick Cottages.
How Hill on the River Ant: Arts & Crafts House with views over Broadland Marshes, turf fen mill a Marshmans cottage and boats.
Coltishall & Belaugh beautiful River frontand buildings trees cattle grazing and boats
Hoveton & Wroxham capital of the Broads; busy boat yards, riverside park, Bure Valley Steam Railway, Roy's the biggest village store in the world.
Horning: Riverside village sailing club, village green with ducks & geese. riverside pubs, beautiful church and staithe with river views.
St Benet's Abbey: Shh don't tell everyone about this special place, the only monastry not dissolved by Henry VIII. Painted by so many over the centuries. 360° views of the River Thurne mouth and Bure. A normal for Norfolk view of sails moving across fields.
Ranworth Church & Staithe
South Walsham Fairhaven Watergarden
Caister Castle - Classic Car Collection
Great Yarmouth - Breydon Water English Seaside town, historical Quay & Docks, amusements and bright lights