23rd Annual International Exhibition | ASBA and Wave Hill
Venue: Wave Hill
675 West 252nd Street, Bronx, NY USA
Dates: September 5 - December 6, 2020
Open to: all ASBA members in good standing, worldwide
Deadline for Entries: April 03, 2020
A full-colour catalogue will be available
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Who: Eligible artists are all botanical fine artists and illustrators whose:
Venue: Hunt Institute of Botanical Documentation, 4909 Frew Street (5th Floor, Hunt Library)
Dates: Fall 2019
Call for Entries: Links to all relevant documents
Deadline for Entries: 15 June 2018 (via email or post)
21st Annual Botanical Art Exhibition
Bulbs: Preparing for Spring
Venue: Filoli, 86 Cañada Road, Woodside, California 94062 (about 30 miles south of San Francisco) | Map Online Map (gif)
Dates: March 1 - May 5 2019
Click here to enter: Prospectus and Entry Guidelines
Deadline for Entries: January 21, 2019
Botanical artists are invited to enter original artwork not previously exhibited in a Filoli Botanical Art Exhibition in any two-dimensional medium that reflects the rich tradition of botanical art and adheres to high standards of botanical accuracy. Prints or engravings will not be accepted.
Boston Flower Show - Savor Spring!
A New England Society of Botanical Artists members’ exhibit
Venue: Seaport World Trade Center
Dates: 14-18 March 2018
Call for entries from: any NESBA member in good standing (dues paid). Members may submit up to 2 works (space permitting)
Deadline for entries: intent to exhibit form: 7 February 2018
artwork: 7 March 2018
ART of the Plant (May 2018)
(Part of the Worldwide Exhibition of Botanical Art)
A botanical art juried exhibition featuring native plants of Canada. This is a ground-breaking opportunity to put the best of Canadian botanical art on the national and international stage.
Venue: Canadian Museum of Nature – Stone Wall Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario
Dates: Opening May 2018
Eligibility: Open to all Canadian artists subject only to being a citizen or permanent resident in Canada and not having artwork in any of the other national exhibitions
Deadline for Entries: Midnight (EST) on January 15th, 2018
For full details, information, updates and native plant resources go to the website www.artoftheplant.com
Subject matter: Plant species native to Canada, defined as:
Any wild plant indigenous to Canada, including natural hybrids, but excluding any cultivar, man-made hybrids, and naturalized exotics. Lichens, mosses, and fungi are also eligible as subjects.
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