Wave Hill, in partnership with the American Society of Botanical Artists, are collaboratively celebrating the tradition and contemporary practice of botanical art with the 21st Annual International exhibition ~ and what a beautiful time of year to visit Wave Hill.
The exhibition includes botanical artworks by 47 international artists from the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Japan, Russia, Slovenia and the UK are presented. The artists’ renderings of exotic and native flowers, fruits, roots, and trees provide unique points of view with precise attention to detail that astonish and provoke close observation. A number of pieces that highlight specimens found at Wave Hill can be seen in the north gallery. Interpretations of exotic plants continue in the middle gallery, and the south gallery underscores the passage of time associated with autumnal colors and deterioration.
Participating artists include Milly Acharya, Natalia Alatortseva, Carrie Di Costanzo, Deborah Kyser Dion, Rosemarie Donnelly, Jean Emmons, Ingrid Finnan, Jane Fisher, Lara Call Gastinger, Florence Gendre, Olga Gudzera, Asuka Hishiki, Wendy Hollender, Rose James, Jamie Jungmin Kim, P. A. Kessler, Karen Kluglein, Patricia Luppino, Ksenia Mamonova, Lucy Martin, Tammy S. McEntee, Tomoko Otomo, Ksenia Panferova, John Pastoriza-Pinol, Patricia Dale Pittard, Linda Powers, Ramiro Prudencio, Lynne Railsback, Dick Rauh, Jeanne Reiner, Betsy Rogers-Knox, Olga Ryabtsova, Lizzie Sanders, Constance Scanlon, Mitsuko Schultz, Liz Shippam, Myra Sourkes, Anna Suprunenko, Keiko Nibu Tarver, Melissa Toberer, Susan Tomlinson, Julia Trickey, Faye Van Wert, Jeannetta vanRaalte, Yuan Yuan Wang, Catherine Watters, Carol Woodin, Natalia Zueva
The 21st Annual International ‘American Society of Botanical Artists’ will be on view at Wave Hill through December 2, 2018 in the Glyndor Gallery. Jurors for this exhibition were Ken Druse, garden lecturer, author, and photographer; Karen Kluglein, botanical artist; and Eileen Jeng Lynch, Curator of Visual Arts, Wave Hill. Wave Hill is located at 675 W 252nd Street, Bronx, NY.
An illustrated catalogue that includes all of the works, as well as an essay by Ken Druse, is available in The Shop. The artworks in the exhibition are also available through The Shop.