Exhibits and Sculpture in the Garden

There are many ways to explore and learn about the natural world. We regularly host exhibits that help to interpret the natural world of which we are a part or that represent an artist's view of nature.

In the DeBERRY GALLERY for BOTANICAL ART & ILLUSTRATION . .

...through August 31
As We See It by the Botanical Art & Illustration Instructors.

Coming September 1...Native Flowers — Gifts of Pollinators photographs by John Pringle.

Submission guidelines and application for the DeBerry Gallery


In the ELEANOR SMITH PEGG EXHIBIT HALL . . .

Bee-Hold the Humble Pollinator

...through October 3

Designed by North Carolina State University entomologists Elsa Youngsteadt, Margarita Lopez-Uribe, and April Hamblin, and botanist Anne Lindsey, this exhibit examines the benefits of our bee pollinators and concerns for their future. Bee-Hold the Humble Pollinator introduces the amazing diversity of our native bees, their nesting habits, floral feeding behavior, and their primary importance to the pollination of both our native flowers and our crops. The exhibit also explores the causes of their extreme population reduction and simple, effective remedies we can all employ to save our native bees.

27th ANNUAL SCULPTURE IN THE GARDEN exhibition

2015 Exhibition: September 20 - December 11

Every fall the Garden hosts one of the Triangle’s most anticipated art events, a juried outdoor exhibition of exciting sculptures by North Carolina artists. Sculpture in the Garden showcases dozens of original works of North Carolina sculptors in the Garden exquisitely illuminating the bond between art and nature.

Mark your calendar to experience nature, art and the great outdoors at Sculpture in the Garden, September 20 - December 11, 2015!

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Updated on July 15, 2015 at 12:18:53 pm.


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