Our much awaited annual exhibition is now open online. This year’s 426 exhibits have come from over 220 Members and Non-members from across the world and we are proud that we can showcase our collective love of and talents in Botanical Art in all its forms. We are delighted that you are now able to share in it during whatever stage of lockdown you may still be in.
Mall Galleries have now informed us that the gallery is closed with immediate effect (March 19th) until further notice. This is to inform you that as well as ‘hand in’ being cancelled, the gallery has closed until further notice. We do not know what this means for our show, Plantae 2020. Right now it is hard to envisage the show going ahead as so much has to happen before it, but we are just not in a position to say much. So we won’t! We have no more information right now, so are really unable to answer questions, not least as many of us are holed up with vulnerable relatives and or trying to sort out other urgent arrangements. We are thinking of all our… Read more
The Society invites artists to submit their very best work to our open exhibition. Whether an artist working in watercolour, oils, gouache, graphite, colour pencil or pen & ink, a botanical illustrator, a printmaker, ceramic artists, sculptor, jeweller or glass artist, we are seeking work with a strong exhibiting presence to be part of our show at Mall Galleries in 2020. Our only criteria are that all work must: Be predominantly of botanical content, Be botanically accurate, Be visually pleasing, Have strong wall appeal, Be work you are proud of. All work must be original, (all prints must be hand pulled and NOT giclee). We regret we do not currently accept photography or other digital art forms. Maximum dimension is 120cm on the longest side.… Read more
The exhibition has now closed but has been a great success with many visitors and sales. For all the latest info on the show, please do visit our Facebook page
Exhibition week is here at last and the set up of Plantae has begun. Here are some of the photos of the big hang on Facebook- scroll to the left to see the pictures.
During the exhibition there are two art demonstrations by Distance Learning Course tutor’s, Janie Pirie – coloured pencil on Friday 7th June and Shevaun Doherty – watercolour on vellum Saturday 8th June. Demonstrations are free and the times are from 10:30 until lunch then 2 – 4:30pm. Be sure not to miss them.