Estuary exhibition the at Quay Arts Centre. From left, Jenny Petford, Mary Mead, Claire Kay, Colin Riches, Lydia Fulleylove, Doreen Duffy, Joan Waddleton and Caroline Harris.
THE rich bio-diversity of the Yar Estuary throughout the seasons inspired the artists and poets who stage an exhibition of their work at Quay Arts.
Estuary charts the changing landscape throughout a year at Kings Manor Farm on the Yar Estuary.
Led by poet Lydia Fulleylove and artist Colin Riches it includes High Tide Poets, Drawing Ahead and children from Shalfleet and Yarmouth primary schools.
Lydia Fulleylove said: "It provides one of the most exciting environmental habitats in southern England with an extraordinary range of bio-diversity.
"The combined arts activities follow the passage of one year, responding to the changing activities on the farm and the transformation of the landscape through the seasons."
The Estuary project, was independently funded by the IW Council, West Wight Landscape Partnership, Arts Council England and The Albany Visual Arts Award.
The exhibition runs until July 31 in the Learning Curve Gallery.