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.
- Exhibits in the Botanical Art Gallery ↓
- Exhibits in the Pegg Exhibit Hall ↓
- Sculpture in the Garden Exhibition ↓
- Following in the Bartram's Footsteps—an exhibition & symposium
In the DeBERRY GALLERY for BOTANICAL ART & ILLUSTRATION . .
July 2 - August 21, 2014
Botanical Art and Illustration 2014 Graduate Exhibit
Works by the five 2014 Graduates of the Garden’s Certificate in Botanical Art and Illustration program. Classmates Connie Cohn, Katharine Reid, Patricia Selzer, Camilla Tulloch, and Roberta Vandalen exhibit examples of their work in assorted media.
Coming this Fall...Following in the Bartrams’ Footsteps (August 30-November 2)
We are preparing for our Fall 2014 exhibition Following in the Bartram’s Footsteps, an event-filled art exhibition of original contemporary plant illustrations discovered by celebrated American naturalists John and William Bartram featuring lectures, workshops, talks and outdoor exhibits August 30-November 2, 2014. Click here for event details!
Submission guidelines and application for the DeBerry Gallery
In the ELEANOR SMITH PEGG EXHIBIT HALL . . .
Our new interpretive panels tell the whole story of the Garden, including Coker Arboretum, Battle Park, Forest Theatre, Mason Farm Biological Reserve, and the UNC Herbarium, as well as our educational, outreach, research, and conservation programs.
26th ANNUAL SCULPTURE IN THE GARDEN exhibition
2014 Exhibition: September 21 - December 7 | Preview Party September 20
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. The 26th Annual Sculpture in the Garden, (September 21-December 7, 2014) will again showcase dozens of original works of North Carolina sculptors in the Garden exquisitely illuminating the bond between art and nature. Stunning pieces composed of concrete, wood, marble, ceramic, and more will be judged for Best in Show and People’s Choice Awards.
We are also so pleased to introduce our first Annual Artist-in-Residency Program featuring Patrick Dougherty October 6-24. Patrick will design an on-site outdoor installation over a three week period—a rare chance to see the creative process in the making. We are currently seeking volunteers to help Dougherty. Click here to help out! Find out more about the specific needs here.
Mark your calendar to experience nature, art and the great outdoors at Sculpture in the Garden this fall!
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Updated on August 19, 2014 at 01:32:33 pm.