The Exploring Botany exhibition is on at the Manggha Museum, Kraków. The exhibition has extended its opening due to the pandemic and is now running from February until 30 June 2021.
SBA fellow Christina Hart-Davies has just launched a new online exhibition of her lichen paintings. Christina has been painting lichens and mosses for many years, winning an impressive five RHS Gold Medals for her collections (1984, 1986, 1988, 1992, 2018). Now, some of those award winning paintings are for available to buy. To view the exhibition, please visit www.christinahartdavies.co.uk/love-lichens/
Congratulations to Robert McNeill SBA Fellow, who has his stunning painting Banksia speciosa and two others selected for this forthcoming exhibition in Poland. The extensive exhibition will be an innovative project in Europe, a project that will connect botanical artists from the West and Japan, showing the works of historical masters and contemporary works.
It’s great to see plenty of exhibitions on at the moment to brighten these chilly days. The Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists have an upcoming exhibition at the end of October. It features work from SBA Fellows Adrienne Roberts and Jeni Neale -who organised the event. Go to Birmingham society of botanical artists for more information.
Congratulations to SBA Fellow Sarah Wood, who has two really beautiful paintings in the Wirral Society of Art Annual Exhibition. The WSA annual exhibition is usually held at the Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, but due to the current restrictions, the exhibition this year is online, which means that we all get a chance to view the work.https://williamsonartgallery.org/wsa-2020/
‘Exploring Botany’ at the Manggha Museum for Japanese Art and Technology in Poland is an exhibition that celebrates East and West, Past and Future in Botanical Art, and runs from 4th November 2020 to 28th February 2021.The exhibition features over 30 invited contemporary botanical artists from Japan and Europe, as well as works by old masters from Japan and the western world.Congratulations to SBA Fellows Fiona Strickland, Robert McNeill, Simonetta Occhipinti and Mary Dillon who all have paintings included in the exhibition.https://www.achim-weinberg.com/ausstellungen/manggha/