Images by Jo Halpin Jones show Brancaster Staithe Reflection and the Custom House in King’s Lynn, left.

A record 16 artists are set to exhibit in 11 studios in Dersingham for a village art trail.

The growing number of talented artists get together twice a year to open up their studios to the public and the latest event will be tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday, from 10am to 4pm, with free entry.

On display will be paintings by Neil Adams, Valerie Anckorn, Carole Brookfield, Marty Griffin, Jill Ilett, Stephen Martyn, Ben Mullarkey, Julia Quance, Mike Smith and Jan Wilson;  photography by Jo Halpin Jones and Alan Polaine;  pottery by June Mullarkey; sculpture by Julia Quance;  fused glass by Janet Martin;  clothes and candles by Valerie Anckorn and greetings cards by Trudi Griffin and several other artists.   

The artists will offer a warm welcome to visitors and the chance to talk about their work, find a Christmas present or just browse and enjoy a mince pie in some of the studios.

The studios are scattered around the village and trail maps will be available at Dersingham Pottery, at 48 Chapel Road, or on the trail website www.DersinghamArtTrail.org 

The website also  contains more information about all the artists.