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Botanical Artists of Canada (BAC) Sketchbook Exchange

Read More Here In September, I began participating in BAC’s first ever Sketchbook Exchange. Each exchange group has 10-12 participants. Starting with my own sketchbook, I complete a sketch each month and mail the sketchbook to the next participant. At the end of the exchange, my sketchbook will return to me, filled with botanical sketches from BAC members across the country. Here are my sketches for September – October – November. Each month I will post another sketch.

September – Stonecrop (crassulaceae)
October – Bur Oak (quercus macrocarpa)
November – Shumard Oak (quercus shumardii)

Prairifire Reds – Sold!

Delighted that my piece “Prairifire Reds” was sold at the recent Grey Gallery exhibition ~ Art of the Garden: the Garden in Art ~ which ran from June 5 to July 6, 2019. I wish the local buyer much enjoyment!

"Prairifire Reds" - Branch of Prairifire Flowering Crabapple Tree
“Prairifire Reds” – Branch of Prairifire Flowering Crabapple Tree © SOLD

Art of the Garden: The Garden in Art

An exhibition celebrating the love of plants, opening June 5 at Grey Gallery in Owen Sound.

If you are in or around the Owen Sound area this June and early July, drop in at the gallery and view the botanical and floral art. Works by members of the Botanical Artists of Canada (BAC) will be on display from June 5 to July 6, 2019, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday. I have 3 pieces in the exhibition.

Note: A portion of sales revenue goes toward support of “Among the Peonies” at Ginkgo Footprints gardens.

Botanical Artists of Canada 2017 Juried Exhibition, July 5 to 26, 2017

 

The Botanical Artists of Canada (BAC) invites you to its upcoming 2017 juried exhibition titled:

http://holdinghandshospice.org/35385-shatavari-churna-patanjali-price.html A Celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary through its Native and Indigenous plants. 

The Botanical Artists of Canada is presenting a Juried Botanical Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings depicting native and indigenous plants of Canada.  The exhibition will celebrate the existence, beauty, uniqueness and diversity of Canada’s native and indigenous plants (including fungi); connect people with plants and botanical art through the artist’s creative expression; and inform the public of how our native plants sustain our lives, our habitat and the natural world.

Hope to see you there!

My entry in the Exhibition.

Spring’s Harbinger – Pussy Willows (Salix discolor) ©