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Paint Out has been seen in print, video and TV, and heard on the radio on dozens of occasions, reaching many hundreds of thousands of people. We regularly appear in Archant print media titles including the EDP/NEN (circulation 50k), Norfolk Magazine (readership 34k), Norwich Resident (8k), Arts East. Our events show up in Art in Norwich, have been profiled in Leisure Painter magazine, feature on a forthcoming East Life cover, and been mentioned in The Times arts diary. Paint Out has several times appeared on Mustard TV (viewers 122k/m), Future Radio (listeners 42k/m) and BBC Radio Norfolk (listeners 176k/wk).

Press Releases & Ad Materials

Press Release, 21 September 2017 – Paint Out Wells 2017 – a success for event and artists alike

Press Release, 1 Oct 2016 – En Plein Air Painting, Its relevance, skill and background – James Colman, artist

Film & Video

Paint Out has been filmed by Mustard TVNorfolk NowTin Can Island TV, BBC Voices & City College Norwich Media Production Company, and by Giacomo Gex – some of which can be found on our YouTube channel(s).

An Artist from Giacomo Gex on Vimeo.

Press Coverage

Artists head to the coast for Norfolk’s open air art competition, EDP, 25 Sep 17 

By Steve Shaw

Artists head to the coast for Norfolk’s open air art competition, EDP, 25 Sep 17
Artists head to the coast for Norfolk’s open air art competition, EDP, 25 Sep 17

A number of budding artists from across Norfolk headed to Wells for the seaside town’s annual open air art competition, resulting in an exhibition of over 100 artworks.

The Paint Out competition saw over 20 artists head to the coast over the weekend of September 15 to 17 and they were followed by hundreds of art dealers, collectors and locals who went along to see the results on display.

Each piece was judged by art dealers and valuers, James Glennie and Nick Holmes, along with experienced open air artist Michael Richardson.

The winner of the competition was Norwich resident Jack Godfrey, 40, who painted a piece titled The width of Wells. Mr Godfrey also won third prize at the first Paint Out Wells competition and was highly commended last year for his paintings of Brancaster Staithe.

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Also ran in North Norfolk News and Fakenham & Wells Times

POW 2017 reusable image pack

POW2017 Press Photos contact sheet
POW2017 Press Photos contact sheet (images)

24 images (26Mb ZIP file – larger higher resolution images and RAW files 25Mb each also available).

All credits and captions described in image file titles and EXIF data.

POW 2015-17 logo

Paint Out logo red 512px
Paint Out logo red 512px PNG file (EPS upon request)