The Society holds its Annual Exhibition in the Great Yarmouth Library Galleries (signposted from the quayside) in the autumn.
There is a friendly atmosphere in the galleries and the Society always looks forward to meeting the public at this annual event. Admission is free and the majority of pictures are for sale.
Visitors to the exhibition have an opportunity to vote for the award of the most popular picture in the exhibition.
There are two other awards:
Rowland Fisher Award which is for the best marine subject and John Arnesby-Brown Award for the best picture other than marine.
The exhibition is an opportunity for the Society to show its work to the public and for the public to see the art created by local artists.
All works for the exhibition are subject to selection and artists sign to say that all works on show are from their own original concept and not a copy of any other works.
The Society is a small traditional Society demanding a high standard of workmanship from its members who produce works in Oils, Water-colours, Pastels and Pencil, and whose subjects range from Land and Seascapes, Portraits, Still Life, Flower Paintings etc. The Society's approach to modern art is that it should show evidence of artistic ability and not need either interpretation or explanation from the artist.