Norman Adams RA Walk & Talk Tour

Art enthusiasts have been invited to come to Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa for an insightful and informative presentation from a fine art expert whose father was a leading light in the field.

Norman Adams RA Walk & Talk Tour

Following on from the hotel’s launch of its first art exhibition in September 2023, Ben Adams, the son of renowned British artist Norman Adams RA, will lead an exclusive ‘walk and talk’ tour of the artist’s oil paintings and watercolours, discussing each of the pictures on display.

"This event is a chance for art collectors, experts and enthusiasts to find out more about the work of this celebrated British painter, mural artist, teacher, and stage and costume designer. Ben’s presentation will help illuminate the story behind each painting and share some of his father’s thoughts throughout his career. It’s an invaluable opportunity for local art enthusiasts to get a highly knowledgeable, first-hand critique of this highly regarded painter."
Simon Berry, Executive Chairman English Lakes Hotels

Norman Adams (1927-2005) was born in London and studied at Harrow School of Art, where he won a scholarship to the Royal College of Art, later becoming professor at the Royal Academy Schools.


"We are thrilled that Ben is giving us his time to provide a greater depth of insight into his father’s work. The Atrium at Low Wood Bay is proving to be a popular space to host art exhibitions such as this.  A range of paintings in both oil and watercolour are on display showing how this artist was inspired to record his feeling for the landscape around him."
Mary Gavagan, owner of Gavagan Art

The event is being delivered in partnership with Lancaster based Gavagan Art.

The free event is on Saturday 25 November at 2:00pm.  Those wishing to attend can reserve their space by emailing or telephoning 07799 797 961.  Place bookings can also be made through Low Wood Bay’s reception team on 01539 433 338.

Low Wood Bay is aiming to establish a regular display of fine art in the spacious Atrium at the resort, a place where people can come to see a high quality art exhibition in the Lake District in an accessible, free and informal way.