The Flora of Southeast Asia exhibition organised by the BASS, Botanical Art Society of Singapore has now opened and will be on until the 15th of February. There are a few Fellow artists from the SBA that are exhibiting including Deborah Montgomerie, Henny Herawati, Icka Gavrilla, and Sunanda Verma Widel. There are a few DLDC graduates also including Waiwai Hove, and Angelina Cheong. We wish the show every success, it looks amazing.
Flora of Southeast Asia
The artists have now been chosen for the Flora of Southeast Asia exhibition organised by the Botanical Art Society of Singapore. It will be at the Singapore Botanical Gardens starting in November this year and open over winter. There are a few Fellow artists from the SBA that have been chosen including Deborah Montgomerie, Henny Herawati, Icka Gavrilla, and Sunanda Verma Widel. There are a few DLDC graduates also including Waiwai Hove, and Angelina Cheong. Congratulations to all, it looks like it will be a wonderful show.
Flora of South East Asia
Called Flora of South East Asia, the exhibition is open to artists worldwide, as long as they join one of the four participating societies. The subject is any flora native to South East Asia (including fungi, lichen, and algae). Original artwork will be displayed at the new Botanical Art Gallery at Singapore Botanic Gardens, an amazing venue housed in the conserved and totally refurbished Gallop House, which was built in 1906. This is Singapore’s first permanent display gallery for botanical art. Artwork prints will also be displayed around the Gardens at the visitor centre entrances and walkways. Artwork submission deadline: 15 April 2022 Exhibition: 15 November 2022 – 15 February 2023 – You can view more information on the call for entries on the website:… Read more
Botanical Art Society Singapore
The Botanical Art Society (Singapore) began its journey in 2019 and now they have 60 members from Singapore, Asia, and North America. It was created by a handful of locally active botanical artists seeking to connect with other like-minded artists. Their vision is to grow the appreciation and development of botanical art not only in Singapore but also in the region. “We support novices and accomplished artists alike, provide workshops, share information, gain knowledge and have fun together. During Covid lockdown, we kept active and inspired through Zoom art jam sharing sessions and postcard exchanges among our members, as well as online workshops from local and overseas instructors. With Covid restrictions easing, we met up for on-site sketching sessions at our beautiful Singapore Botanic Gardens,… Read more