A new book is soon to be released in October by Prestel Publishing. The book features over 250 reproductions of Mary Vaux Walcott’s botanical watercolours. Mary (1860-1940) was an American artist and naturalist, who has been called the “Audubon of Botany.” Overlooked whilst she was alive, Wild Flowers of North America is a much-needed testament to the dedication and talent of Walcott and our hope is that it will inspire a whole new generation of botanical illustrators! The Press Release – Wild Flowers of North America (UK)
It’s great to receive news from our graduates of the SBA diploma. Jauneth Skinner is a graduate from course 15 and has great news about her exhibition in Alabama, USA.
Congratulations to our Fellow members Anne Pieussergues Dherbcourt, Tammy McEntee, and Jeanne Reiner who’ve won awards at ASBA’s 24th International Exhibition.
ASBA’s 23rd Annual International is now open; Saturday, September 5th 2020. This year ASBA’s exhibition returns to Wave Hill which is a public garden & cultural center overlooking the Hudson River & Palisades. The 46 artworks exhibited were selected from a field of 178 entries. It’s wonderful to see some SBA Fellows included in the exhibition, and they are Gaye Grossman, Liz Shippam and Tammy McEntee. Congratulations to all exhibitors. Visit this link to find out more: http://asba-art.org/exhibitions/23rd-annual-international
Ann Swan SBA Fellow, has gone BIG in New York! These amazing banners showing Anns work, from New York Botanic Gardens have been placed on West 44th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues, just two blocks from Grand Central Station to advertise their Mid town Manhattan classes.
The latest issue of the Bulletin chronicles another year at The Hunt Institute in Pittsburgh.Click here to download the PDFContents: News from the Art Department: 16th International on display; Hunt Institute donates to Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank; Tancin and Jacobsen receive Years of Service Awards; News from the Archives; News from the Library; 2019 Hunt Institute Sponsors; Notes from the Field; In Memoriam: Donna M. Connelly (1940–2019).