The exhibition has now closed but has been a great success with many visitors and sales. For all the latest info on the show, please do visit our Facebook page
Exhibition week is here at last and the set up of Plantae has begun. Here are some of the photos of the big hang on Facebook- scroll to the left to see the pictures.
During the exhibition there are two art demonstrations by Distance Learning Course tutor’s, Janie Pirie – coloured pencil on Friday 7th June and Shevaun Doherty – watercolour on vellum Saturday 8th June. Demonstrations are free and the times are from 10:30 until lunch then 2 – 4:30pm. Be sure not to miss them.
The Bloom in the Park festival opens on Thursday 30 May in Phoenix Park, Dublin, and it features the seventh annual Botanical and Floral Art in Bloom exhibition. The exhibition will remain on show after Bloom until the 27th of June, so there will be plenty of time to see the paintings.
Botanical Images Scotia – BISCOT – 2019 exhibition is almost here. It is at the John Hope Gateway, RBGE, (Entrance via Arboretum Place) from Wednesday the 5th to Thursday the 20th of June 2019. It is open from 10am to 5pm daily, closing earlier at 3pm on the 20th of June.
Sally Bunker has just had the launch of her book “Portraits of Trees of Hong Kong and Southern China” which she has spent 7 years producing along with Professor Richard Saunders and Chun Chiu Pang of Hong Kong University. This coincided with an exhibition of some of her originals from the book at the University gallery. The book has been described as a ‘crossover’ book, being both an art book, a scientific textbook, and a very readable account of the trees and their features and uses. It is available on Amazon from 30th May