Twenty-five artists from the Harleston & Waveney Art Trail Collective (HWAT) are delighted to announce the publication of their new book celebrating the River Waveney between Brockdish and Bungay, the stretch of the river that links their art studios.
Waveney Reflections includes over 50 full-colour images and each artist’s thoughts on their work and their relationship with the river. Publication: October 2015, price £12 including P&P.
Over the two day book launch weekend Waveney Reflections will be available to purchase at a special introductory price of £10 (normally £12).
Waveney Reflections can be purchased locally at these stockists: Robinson’s Traditional Stationers, Harleston; The Old King’s Head, Brockdish; River Waveney Study Centre; Mouse Design, Earsham Street, Bungay; Diss Publishing Bookshop; Jarrolds department store Norwich; Ferini Gallery Lowestoft; Southwold Bookshop; Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Gallery Shop.
To purchase the Waveney Reflections book by post, please send a cheque or postal order for £12 (free P&P included), made payable to ‘The Harleston & Waveney Art Trail Collective’, together with your name and address with full postcode, and contact telephone number to:
The Old King’s Head
Caryl Challis, one of the founding members of HWAT, was on BBC Radio Suffolk this week, talking about the history of HWAT and the launch of the new book (listen from 02:34:20).
The special two-day book launch weekend for Waveney Reflections will be held at the River Waveney Study Centre on the 24th and 25th October 2015 from 11.30am – 3pm, and will include an exhibition of the original artworks chosen for the book. The writer and poet Tessa West will open the exhibition and visitors will also be able to explore this lovely part of the river on either of two designated walks.
The River Waveney Study Centre is situated at Old Harleston Road, Earsham, Nr Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 2AF.