‘Enchanted Forrest’ at The Park Gallery, Callendar House, Callendar Park, Falkirk, FK1 1YR, from Monday 12th September to Sunday 16th October
Plants discovered by George Forrest, Falkirk-born botanist and plant collector
24 Rutland Square, Edinburgh, EH1 2BW, from 10.30 to 15.30.
Dates for 2016 are:
Wednesday 18 May
Wednesday 15 June
Wednesday 13 July
Wednesday 14 September
Wednesday 12 October
Wednesday 16 November
The SSBA is delighted to announce its first exhibition of 2016 – “A Botanical Spring Fling”.
It is to be held in the exhibition space in Cass Art at 63-67 Queen Street Glasgow G1 3BZ, from Saturday April 30th until Friday May 6th inclusive.
It will be open Saturday, Monday-Wednesday, and Friday from 9am to 6pm.
Sunday times are 11am t0 6pm.
Thursday opening times are 9am to 7pm.
Click below to download the submission form if you are planning to exhibit
Members will be contacted soon with further details, but please make a note of the dates in the meantime.
1st Annual General Meeting of the Scottish Society of Botanical Artists (SSBA),
Saturday 19th March 2016 at 1.30pm
Members are invited to attend.
The AGM will be held on Saturday 19th March 2016 at 1.30 pm and will take place at the Scottish Arts Club, 24 Rutland Square, Edinburgh EH1 2BW. The agenda, summary of accounts, proxy form and voting papers will be posted to members at the end of February 2016.
Our Hamilton exhibition “Nature’s Bounty” was opened by Keith Donnelly, a local Arts Development Officers, at a most enjoyable preview, which was attended by members and friends from far and wide.
The works on display attracted some very favourable comments, as did the exhibition space itself.
The variety of subject matter, the quality and detailed study of leaf and flower, fungi, fruit, and seeds all contributed to the overall excellence of the exhibition. The skill with which the artists applied the paint and observed the detail of the plants was the subject of much admiration.
Visitors came from as far afield as Cumbria, Edinburgh, Fife and Stirling and seemed to enjoy chatting to the artists in residence – in all it was a most successful show.
Having been offered a handsome room in a prestigious listed building by the Scottish Historic Buildings Trust (@SHBT), we held our first exhibition during the Doors Open Day at the Glasite Meeting House, Edinburgh.
With fine examples of flowers and plants from eighteen artists showing twenty-six paintings, the exhibition proved successful with many visitors remarking on the quality and skill of the work.
Thanks to all on the Exhibitions Committee for their hard work in making this a fantastic start for the Society, and to Jared Earle (@jearle) for the photography.
We have been granted charitable status, many many thanks to all who helped us get here, it’s only the beginning!