This binding, by Polly Bird, has been covered in parchment with spaces cut out to reveal a background of hand-painted pebbles, representing the use of flint as a building material in Norfolk. The endpapers have been hand coloured and a crab made from coloured tissue paper crawls down the page from the top edge.

 

The endpapers with the crab

 

 

The exhibition comes to an end at Great Yarmouth this weekend and moves up to Kings Lynn, at the other end of the coast, on Thursday.

Original Projects Art Space in Great Yarmouth.
Two Points East sharing with paper cut outs from the East coast of China