Paintings, sculptures, drawings and other artwork created by the public inspired by or created at Marshlands Conservancy can be submitted to be shown in its annual “A Different Point of View” exhibit by scheduling an appointment for drop-off through Sunday, January 24th.
Rye guy and County boss George Latimer said: “The “A Different Point of View” exhibit has been an annual staple at Marshlands Conservancy since the 1980s and it’s great to see that we are able to keep the tradition going by taking the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of the public.”
All paintings and drawings must be framed and ready for hanging. There is a maximum of three submissions per person. All age groups are welcome. Please note that photography is not included in this exhibit. To schedule an appointment for drop off, please call: (914) 835-4466.
The exhibit opens Sunday, January 31st and will run daily from noon to 4 p.m. through Sunday, March 28. New York State COVID-19 guidelines will be in place for safety purposes with four people or one family allowed inside to view at one time. The exhibit is part of the Westchester County Art in Parks program. Marshlands Conservancy is a Westchester County Park, and is located on Route 1 (Boston Post Road) in Rye, just south of the Rye Golf Club.