ReflectionS Show– No Plants, No Planet. ABBA has an online exhibition on from 16th October-to 27th March 2022, which features the work of many SBA Fellows. In November 2021 COP26 ( United Nations – Climate Change Conference ) in Glasgow Scotland, will bring together the nations of the world for one of the most important international meetings for the future of our planet. Inspired by COP26, ABBA launched their major exhibition for 2021, ReflectionS – No Plants, No Planet, which focuses on the crucial role that plants play in the health of our planet.
There is a special event day coming up this Saturday, June the 9th, at the Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University. Martin Allen with his exhibition talk and tour 11am-12noon and Sarah Morrish chatting about Fieldwork & Research Techniques for Botanical Artists 2-3pm. It will also be your last chance to see the Botanical art Worldwide exhibition for England and Wales, which closes later on the same day. Gallery of SBA artist paintings at Lancaster University
The Botanical Art Worldwide exhibition for England and Wales opened on the 18th of May. It is showing now until June the 9th at the Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University. There are forty beautiful paintings depicting our native flora, including two by our new president Billy Showell. Exhibiting SBA members are Roger Reynolds, Polly O’Leary, Margaret Fitzpatrick, Julia Trickey, Gaynor Dickeson, Ann Swan, Claire Kathleen Ward, Pamela Taylor, Christina Hart Davies, and Anne Girling. Be sure to visit this stunning exhibition organised by the Association of British Botanical Artists. Here is a link to the Participating Artists