Members of the American Society of Botanical Artists selected for the 22nd Annual International Exhibition later this year are listed below.
The Annual International is open to all ASBA members in good standing, worldwide.
A total of 48 artworks by international artists from 12 countries (the USA, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Norway, Russia, Slovenia and the UK) were selected from 230 entries from around the world.
The Judges making the selection were:
Exhibition details are as follows:
The artists are listed below alphabetically by country - with the exception of the USA which comes first.
If I have any details wrong please let me know and I will correct them ASAP. I'm also open to adding in images.... :)
Lots and lots of artists from California!
Venue: Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery (University of Western Australia)
Dates: 25 May — 17 August 2019
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 5pm
Philippa Nikulinsky AM is an internationally recognised botanical and wildlife artist based in Perth in Western Australia
Nikulinsky Naturally is a retrospective survey of her work from the 1970s to the present which provides a perspective on the unique qualities of her practice - focusing on the evolution of her working methodology and exploring the ways in which she continues to interrogate the botanical riches of the Western Australian landscape.
The 16th International Exhibition of Botanical Art & Illustration at the Hunt Instutute of Botanical Documentation includes 41 artworks by 41 artists who are citizens of 14 countries.
Below you can find the names of the artists organised by country
Venue: 5th floor of the Hunt Library building at Carnegie Mellon University
Dates: 17 September–18 December 2019 with a
Reception: 17 October (6–8 pm).
Opening Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–noon and 1–5 p.m.; Sunday, 1–4 p.m. (except 20 November and 24–27 November).
Artists selected to exhibit at
The exhibition contains a mix of works by Australian and New Zealand artists based combined with studies of some remarkable Australasian native plants, created by artists from other parts of the world. All were collected since 1990.
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