Our exhibition at Palmengarten is finally drawing to a close, but has been a resounding success with many visitors from all over Europe and a lot of paintings sold. The results of the People’s Choice are as follows- 1st Place Sue Hénon – Fritillaria meleagris – Snakes Head Fritillary 2nd Place Susan Christopher-Coulson – Summer Delights No.1 3rd Place Amber Halsall – Betula pendula Silver Birch 4th Place Denise Heywood -Rosa ‘Golden Celebration’ Almost every painting in the exhibition got a vote… there were many favourites! Congratulations to everyone who has been involved, and a big thank you to Sue Hénon and the team at Palmengarten for all their hard work!
Snapshot of Palmengarten
Here’s a snapshot of some of the exhibition at Palmengarten, just before the preview. A small snapshot of the other end of the exhibition at Palmengarten in Frankfurt. This was taken the day before the private view. Posted by SBA – The Society of Botanical Artists on Monday, 19 November 2018
Palmengarten had a very successful opening on Thursday evening, with a fantastic turn out and sales. The exhibition is now open until November the 25th. A huge thank you to everyone involved in the organisation of this stunning event.
Palmengarten award winners
Here are the award winning paintings from the SBA exhibition at Palmengarten in Frankfurt which has now finished. Congratulations to Billy Showell and Susan Christopher Coulson for the People’s choice and Denise Heywood for the Great Art Award.
A tired team but the hard work is now completed for Palmengarten. Just the electricians to come and sort some lighting issues and the SBA is ready to show a fine exhibition in Frankfurt. A big thanks goes to all those who made this easy to do, and to the artists who have top quality works to exhibit. Click here for a preview on our Facebook Page –Palmengarten-2016
For the 4th time, the SBA will exhibit at the Palmengarten in Frankfurt. It will be opening on the 21st of October until the 20th November, from 11am to 5pm. This years exhibition will be based on plants found by plant hunters and collectors, past and present. As well as showing artists of our current times who continue with the traditional art of botanical painting, there will also be a selection of historical Plant Illustrations.