Spiny Seahorse In Seagrass. Dorset © Alexander Mustard/2020VISION

A female spiny seahorse (Hippocampus guttulatus) shelters is a meadow of common eelgrass (Zostera marina). Photographed in summer (August) in Studland Bay, Dorset, England. British Isles. English Channel. - Alexander Mustard/2020VISION

Art Exhibition at the Wild Seas Centre

An exhibition of work inspired the sea by local artist and diver Sandra Stalker.

Event details


11:00am - 4:00pm
A static map of Art Exhibition at the Wild Seas Centre

About the event

Join us at the Wild Seas Centre, for this exhibition showcasing artwork by local artist, Sandra Stalker, inspired by her passion for diving and the sea. 

Sandra Stalker is a printmaker and illustrator who lives, explores and dives on the wonderful Dorset coastline. Collecting things and creating collections is her favourite thing to do when she is not floating about underwater photographing tiny things.

Her work explores a fascination with the overlooked species underwater and aims to bring greater attention to these through her lively prints and illustrations.



Entry to the Wild Seas Centre and exhibition is free.

Know before you go


Under effective control
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What to bring

PLEASE NOTE: To keep visitors and colleagues safe there are safety measures in place including limiting the number of people in the centre at any one time, social distancing, one-way systems, hand cleaning stations and card payments only. Face coverings must be worn in the centre.

Parking information

The exhibition is held at the Fine Foundation Wild Seas Centre, located by the slipway in Kimmeridge Bay. Postcode: BH20 5PE. Please note that access to Kimmeridge Bay is via a private road for which a toll of £6 per car is charged by Smedmore Estate.


Picnic area
Accessible toilet

Contact us

Wild Seas Centre
Contact number: 01929 481044