Exhibitions in Europe in 2018
At the top of the page are listings for published exhibitions in 2018 in:
Upcoming Exhibitions - including Calls for Entries
I'm happy to list exhibitions in the future as soon as they are announced - subject to the listing relating to a reputable group of botanical artists/illustrators and/or a professional botanical artist.
I also list calls for entry below.
Permanent Collections of Botanical Art in Europe
- in Denmark, Ireland and Spain - are listed on a separate page
ARCHIVES: Past Botanical Art Exhibitions in Europe
Find out more about past exhibitions in different countries in Europe in Austria, the Netherlands and Spain
ARCHIVE: Past Botanical Art Exhibitions in Germany,
ARCHIVE: Past Botanical Art Exhibitions in Ireland
'Hedgerows' by Yanny Petters
Venue: The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, Naul, Fingal, Co. Dublin, K32 AY27, Ireland
Dates: 15th April - June 2018
Yanny Petters presents a series of monotype nature prints of the plants associated with an iconic element of the Irish countryside, the Hedgerow. These are not only land boundaries with some dating back to Neolithic times. They are also a rich habitat with ancient hedges supporting up to 3000 organisms from flowers and trees, birds and animals to insects and microscopic creatures
Exhibition: Native Plants of The Netherlands.
Venue: Museum De Zwarte Tulp (Museum The Black Tulip), Grachtweg 2A, 2161 HN Lisse
Dates: 10 May to 1 September 2018
Organiser: Vereniging van Botanisch Kunstenaars Nederland (English: Dutch Society of Botanical Artists)
25 members of the Dutch Society of Botanical Artists are contributed art to this exhibition which is part of the Worldwide Exhibition of Botanical Art in 2018
The Catalogue for the exhibition can be ordered - see the website (English Language)
Exhibition: Journey of Plants / Plants on a trip
Venue: Museum De Buitenplaats
Dates: 16th September to 6th January 2019
Organisers: Anita Walsmit Sachs and Patty Wageman, Director, Eelde, The Netherlands
The exhibition will illustrate how plants have traveled around the world. Each artist in the exhibition has selected 10 plants as their contribution toward the exhibition. Participating artists include:
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