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  • Art

25th Annual International: American Society of Botanical Artists and Wave Hill

  • On-site
When
All Day
Where
Glyndor Gallery
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Claudia Campazzo, “Danger, Echinopsis chiloensis,” 2022, graphite on paper, 8 x 8 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

In collaboration with the American Society of Botanical Artists, Wave Hill presents the 25th Annual International, a juried exhibition that celebrates plant life, the most diverse group of organisms on the planet, as well as the enduring appeal of nature as a subject for artists. Selected by exhibition jurors John Pastoriza-Piñol, botanical artist and educator; Karen Kluglein, botanical artist and instructor; and Eileen Jeng Lynch, former Curator of Visual Arts, Wave Hill, and current Director of Curatorial Programs, Bronx Museum of the Arts; the exhibition features 46 works that highlight a range of botanical interests. The international roster includes artists from the United States, Canada, Czech Republic, France, India, Ireland, Japan, Korea and the United Kingdom. Several of the plants depicted can be spotted in Wave Hill’s gardens and greenhouses, giving visitors the unique opportunity to compare botanical art with actual specimens.

The American Society of Botanical Artists is a non-profit organization with more than 1,900 members from the United States and 39 other countries around the world. Its mission is to provide a thriving, interactive community dedicated to perpetuating the tradition and contemporary practice of botanical art.

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The American Society of Botanical Artists is a non-profit organization with more than 1,900 members from the United States and 39 other countries around the world. Its mission is to provide a thriving, interactive community dedicated to perpetuating the tradition and contemporary practice of botanical art.