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 ↓
In the DeBERRY GALLERY for BOTANICAL ART & ILLUSTRATION . .
...through April 29
Paintings by Diane Kent
“There has never been a time in my life when I haven’t been interested in the natural world, and felt the compulsion to draw what I observe.”
Diane Kent’s art exhibit celebrates our native flora, including many of the wonderful trees in our gardens. Diane presents her passionate observations of nature and the North Carolina mountains where she wandered, collected, and painted. .
Coming in May...North Carolina Rare Plants
by Torey Wahlstrom.
Submission guidelines and application for the DeBerry Gallery
In the ELEANOR SMITH PEGG EXHIBIT HALL . . .
Celebrating our Southeastern Trees
March 8-May 15
Among Our Trees invites visitors to the North Carolina Botanical Garden to celebrate southeastern native trees and understand their importance to the sciences, arts, people, and nature. Exhibits, programs and events chronicle the scientific, utilitarian and esthetic impact of southeastern native trees upon biodiversity, ecological well-being, human survival and artistic expression.
Join us for an art exhibition, self-guided garden tours, garden shop finds, native plant sales, family events, poetry, docent tours, nature trail walks, workshops,lectures, and special guests including Joan Maloof.
26th ANNUAL SCULPTURE IN THE GARDEN exhibition
2014 Exhibition: September 21 - December 7
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) showcased 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 in fall 2015!
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Updated on March 19, 2015 at 02:10:10 pm.