The Ryde Art Collective is holding its first exhibition of 2019 at Quarr Abbey between 28th March – 2nd April.
The 11 participating artists have explored the Island’s coastline, taking inspiration from the geology, tidal currents, marine history, wildlife, the ever-changing colours and textures, and the treasures brought onto our shores by the ever-shifting tides.
This exhibition is a celebration of a familiar yet mysterious world, a place that is ancient and yet always being renewed – there is always more to discover in the place between land and sea.
‘Between Land and Sea’ is being held between 28th March and 2nd April 2019 and is open daily from 10:00-16:30. The exhibition is supporting Ryde Inshore Rescue for the duration.
TRAC was formed in 2012 to give creatives in the Ryde area an opportunity to work and exhibit together. The 12 group members produce high quality art in a diverse range of media including painting, pastels, printing, wood, ceramics, textiles, needle felting, photography and the moving image.