Pictures: Ian Burt

A new art exhibition called Heads and Tails has opened in King’s Lynn town centre.

The exhibition sees a group of ten artists explore the bonds formed between people and animals and how they look within the home, the workplace or in the wild.

The artists each take a different approach to their subject and included in the exhibition are paintings, drawings, collages, sculptures, taxidermy, and clay modelling.

Heads and Tails can be found at The Fermoy Gallery and Shakespeare Barn, both located at St. George’s Guildhall in King Street.

It is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11am to 4pm until October 28. Entry is free.