Our Changing Seasons video is ready to view on our 2017 exhibitions page. The credit for the video goes to 2nd year student Grace Sutton currently studying film and television production at Ravensbourne University London. Song: Cinematic Piano. Music by AShamaluevMusic.
Congratulations go to the SBA president, Sandra Wall Armitage, and members Robert McNeill, Sue Wickison and Sue Williams, whose stunning paintings now hang in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery, Kew Gardens, in the ‘Abundance: seeds, pods and autumn fruits’ exhibition. There’s plenty of time to get to see the exhibition as it is on until March 11th 2018.
The Exhibition has come to an end and we would like to say a huge thank you to all of you who came to visit, all who took part and especially the SBA council and others who spend so much of their time putting up the show and making sure everything runs smoothly.
Our evening ‘Meet the Artist ‘ Event was a huge success, a big thank you to all the artists involved and to everyone who came.
If you are planning a trip to the SBA exhibition this year, why not book a talk and demo. Meet and watch wonderful artists with experience and knowledge to share. Click on the link below to grab yourself a ticket. An Audience with an Artist
There is a new and exciting event as part of this year’s exhibition in October. You can come and meet several artists that are inspired by plants and bring botany to life through their beautiful work. See their portfolio of works and talk to them about their life as a working artist. Print makers to painters to art creators, each is an inspiration. Tickets can be booked on eventbrite, please visit the link below for more information. How to be a botanical artist