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
Work by Chris Graebner, 2005 graduate of the NCBG Botanical Art and Illustration Certificate Program. A show of various mediums: ink, watercolor and colored pencil, oil on canvas or linen, silverpoint with acrylic ink, ink on scratchboard, ink on clayboard. The artist invites you to try your hand at silverpoint and scratchboard in a hands-on activity.
For submission guidelines and an application to exhibit in the DeBerry Gallery, please contact Cricket at 919-962-4882.
In the ELEANOR SMITH PEGG EXHIBIT HALL
Saving Our Seeds
...through December 22, 2017
Join us this fall as we host Saving Our Seeds: A Journey through Natural and Cultural History, an exhibit highlighting the importance of seeds. The lectures, workshops, and outdoor classes below explore the significance of seeds to human nutrition, ecosystem restoration, rare plant conservation, and more. And don't miss the main exhibit at the Garden from August 27 through December 22! Click here for a list of programs and to register.
We also have the Wildflowers of the Year quilts on display. These quilts were donated by the Durham-Orange Quilters' Guild and include the 2016 North Carolina Wildflower of the Year, Rattlesnake Master.
Updated on September 09, 2017 at 12:00:00 am.