A colourful array of creative art work awaits at Explosion

Art accessible to all at Explosions Museum of Naval Firepower

Wednesday, 1st May 2019, 4:13 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st May 2019, 4:18 pm
Recycled bottles by Year 8 at Crofton School. Turning The Tide art exhibition at Explosion Museum, Gosport. Picture: Chris Moorhouse (120419-23)

Peninsular Artists are holding an exciting charitable art exhibition, Turning The Tide, at the Explosions Museum. Priddys Hard, Gosport in aid of the Plastic Oceans charity. 

Rubbish On The Beach by Jean Aherne. Turning The Tide art exhibition at Explosion Museum, Gosport. Picture: Chris Moorhouse. (120419-21)
Ailsa Brims, left, and Chris Lewis, both of Peninsular Artists, with some of Chris' work. Turning The Tide art exhibition at Explosion Museum, Gosport. Picture: Chris Moorhouse. (120419-18)

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What Can We Do? by Kristy Fleury, Anna Evie and Maia. Turning The Tide art exhibition at Explosion Museum, Gosport. Picture: Chris Moorhouse. (120419-20)
Shard 1 by Mary Weguelin. The Tide art exhibition at Explosion Museum, Gosport. Picture: Chris Moorhouse. (120419-25)
21st Century Nest by Clare Weston. Turning The Tide art exhibition at Explosion Museum, Gosport. Picture: Chris Moorhouse. (120419-24)
Shoal Of Fish. Turning The Tide art exhibition at Explosion Museum, Gosport. Picture: Chris Moorhouse. (120419-22)
Plastic Today 1 by Linda Davies. Turning The Tide art exhibition at Explosion Museum, Gosport. Picture: Chris Moorhouse. (120419-19)