Exhibition: An Illustrated Alphabet by Sally Barratt at the Assembly House

Illustrator Sally Barratt is probably best known for the images engraved into the 50 or more paving plaques set in streets, alleyways and open spaces of the Norwich Lanes. They beautifully depict the social and industrial history of the city and act as markers to buildings with fascinating pasts.

Sally’s latest exhibition, which is currently on show at the Assembly House, Norwich, includes stunning hand-drawn illustrations which signify every letter of the alphabet. A is for Anvil, Z is for Zebra and everything in between. Each of the images are available as signed limited giclee prints, priced at just £35 each. Ask nicely and you’ll find discounts available for multiple purchases. 

Also on show are Sally’s highly detailed black and white pen and ink vistas of both Norwich and Cromer.

The illustrated alphabet exhibition is free to view until mid-February at the Assembly House on Theatre Street, NR2 1RQ. Opening hours: Monday – Saturday 07:30 – 22:30, Sunday 08:00 – 22:30