Flora of Southeast Asia

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.

Colchester & Ipswich Museums

Guy William Eves, SBA Fellow, has been working to complete the last of four pictures for a specific exhibition with Colchester & Ipswich Museums. – The four drawings are of historic trees in Christchurch Park, Ipswich. Two Chestnuts, both now in the permanent collection of Colchester & Ipswich Museum, one Oak and the oldest tree in the park, a Yew which is over 600 years old. – They are part of an exhibition called Landscape Rebels at the Wolsey Gallery, Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich. The exhibition also includes works by Constable, Monet and Turner and is on until 16 April 2023. Collectively you’re looking at some 900 hours of work over 4 years as the yew took 300 hours. – For more information visit – cimuseums.org.uk… Read more

Cambridge Contemporary Art Gallery

Coming up next month is an exhibition of work from Gael Sellwood PPSBA and Helen Millar SBA Fellow. It will take place @cca_gallery – Cambridge Contemporary Art Gallery, Trinity St. Cambridge from the 8th to 30th October. It will be in the gallery and online with @gaelsellwood and @helenmillarwatercolours, https://www.cambridgegallery.co.uk/gael-sellwood https://www.cambridgegallery.co.

Bees, Bugs, Birds and Botanicals

Coming up at Phoenix Park in Dublin is an exhibition that celebrates biodiversity in all its glory. Shevaun Doherty Co-President SBA, Sue Van Coppenhagen and Nayana Sandur are putting on an exhibition called “Bees, Bugs, Birds and Botanicals”. It will run from the 20th of September to the 3rd of October at the Visitor Centre of Phoenix Park. On Saturday 24th, you can “Meet the Artists” from 11 until 5 so a treat is in store if you’re in Dublin.