The Triumph of Hope – one of the pieces by artist Jack Morton, whose work will go on display in King’s Lynn with fellow artist Ed Fisher.

An innovative and thought-provoking exhibition is set to open next week at a King’s Lynn gallery.

Called Mythchief, the display will be on show at the Greyfriars Art Space in St James Street  until Saturday, August 12.

It will feature the work of Jack Morton and Ed Fisher.

Mr Morton studied at Lincoln and Norwich Schools of Art and Goldsmith College.

Mr Fisher studied at Blackpool and Fylde College and the Slade School of Fine Art.

The exhibition will be in mixed media and feature found objects, lost edges and crossed lines.

The art space will be open from 10am to 4pm, but is closed on Sundays.

The organisers have said the exhibition will feature some adult themes and images.

“Jack and Ed are storytellers. The tone of their stories may shift between whimsy and the blackest humour,” publicity material states.

Today (Friday) and tomorrow (Saturday) will be the last opportunity to view a group exhibition currently on display at the art space. Called Flatlands, it features work by Hazel Albarn, Rhona Fleming, Andrew Olley, Ellen Sampson, Nick Sampson and Christopher Skinner who explore the theme from a number of different perspectives.