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See some of Norfolk Mag’s 2017 Landscape Painter of the Year entries

PUBLISHED: 11:13 13 March 2017 | UPDATED: 09:00 17 March 2017

Jon Watkins 'Sunset Reeds'

Jon Watkins 'Sunset Reeds'

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See the high quality of entries in our Landscape Painter of the Year competition with this selection of just some of the paintings the judging panel will be considering

We have chosen one work from each artist to show you the different styles and media that the judges will be looking at - and while there are 14 landscapes here for you to enjoy there are around 30 paintings up for the prize. In the coming weeks the panel will make their decision and then we will be able to reveal who is our Landscape Painter of the Year.

Christine ElliottChristine Elliott

Christine Elliott ‘Grey East Hills Wells’

Christine van WelsenesChristine van Welsenes

Christine Van Welsenes ‘Norfolk Landscape’

David BaxterDavid Baxter

David Baxter ‘Sledging on St James Hill Norwich’

Nial AdamsNial Adams

Nial Adams ‘Relinquished Light’

Shirley CarntShirley Carnt

Shirley Carnt ‘Feeding before the storm, Brancaster’

Pam NoyesPam Noyes

Pam Noyes ‘Cows on a Hill’

Lesley MunroLesley Munro

Lesley Munro ‘Shotesham Summer Evening’

Lucy LoveheartLucy Loveheart

Lucy Loveheart ‘Imagine - a North Norfolk Daydream’

Stephanie BurkettStephanie Burkett

Stephanie Burkett ‘A family moment on Lowestoft beach’

Deborah WattsDeborah Watts

Deborah Watts ‘Hay Bales’

Christopher HollickChristopher Hollick

Christopher Hollick ‘Poppies, mid Norfolk’

Kester HewKester Hew

Kester Hew Crawford ‘Storm Clouds over Sea Palling’

Kate WalkerKate Walker

Kate Walker ‘Geldeston Marshes’

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