All About Us:

  • The Well formed in June 2006 to provide support and development for artists in Norfolk who experience mental health disorders, and has a membership of around fifteen people, going from strength to strength by mutually benefiting from our personal and creative development.

    Meeting once a month we support and encourage each other in our artwork leading to exhibitions which include paintings, collages, photographs, prints, poetry, drawings, textiles and cards.
  • We have an online gallery at Flickr: and you can find us on Facebook:

    Members include:

    Sam Griffin

    Over many years I have explored virtually every art and craft technique available.Eventually I settled on print making as my favourite medium and have bought a press so I can produce a wide range of work from home.Being a member of and exhibiting with The Wall encourages me to continue exploring and making art.

    Lynda Waterson

    In the first half of my life I worked in the theatre, acting and directing.But in 1997 I had my first psychotic break and afterwards needed to find a creative outlet that was quiet and I could do on my own.I did an access course and won a place to do a BA Fine Art at Norwich University of the Arts.I realised that I could not sustain a full time course and left after two terms.However I had discovered my love of printing, I sold my car and bought a small press to use at home.I love the surprise that I get as I peel back the paper, every print is unique.

    Matthew Tullett

    I am an amateur photographer. I like street photography, black and white and capturing everyday life.I especially enjoy abstract and macro photography.During 2014 I was recovering from a bipolar relapse.Doing something you enjoy doing is difficult when you are feeling depressed,utterly worthless or someone of no importance with an extraordinary feeling of ennui.I set myself a goal of taking a decent photo every day, which meant that for a short while every day I had time to concentrate on the present, not worrying about the past or the future:a mindfulness technique.During the project I kept well- see all images at www.twitter.com/potd2014 .