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Artwork from left to right: Marta Salamon - Cedrus deodara, Judy Morris - Correa alba,  Julie Holcombe - Xanthorrhoea sp.Artwork from left to right: Sue Stuart - Leucadendron, Janet Matthews - Banksia coccinea, Leonie Norton - Banksia integrifoliaArtwork from left to right: Cheryl Hodges - scarlet golden pippin, Shipra Shah - artichoke, Susan Grahame - crabapplesArtwork from left to right: Cheryl Hodges - Monga Waratah, Nigi Lechner - African tulip, Sue Stuart - orchidArtwork from left to right: Cheryl Hodges - satsuma plum, Leonie Norton - Banksia formosa, Nigi Lechner - waratah

Upcoming Exhibitions

    • 29 Jul 2023
    • 10:00 AM
    • 13 Aug 2023
    • 4:00 PM
    • Lion Gate Lodge, Mrs Macquaries Road, RBG Sydney

    All Botanical Artists

    Botanica Materia de Medica is now accepting applications. 

    The theme is about plants used in healing and medicine and we are including not only our celebrated botanical art, but a wider range of styles and media.

    Submissions are being accepted till April 17.

    Botanica de Materia Medica is an exhibition showcasing the artwork by the best Botanical artists in Australia. For this 2023 exhibition, in addition to showcasing our celebrated ‘traditional’ botanic art, we will be including unique perspectives from artists in other genres using other mediums.

    Botanic Art began with the scientific illustration of medicinal and culinary plants. Western style Botanical Art evolved with the great botanical expeditions of the 17th and 18th centuries. There is a rich history of the use of plant life in healing and medicine in cultures, including Aboriginal bush medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, and Indian Ayurvedic medicine. This exhibition encourages you to explore the relationship between art and medicine with works depicting plants used in the medical field in innovative ways. Apply now


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    • 2 Sep 2023
    • 14 Oct 2023
    • Holmes à Court Gallery, 10 Douglas St, West Perth WA

    The next Flora exhibition will be the first BASA exhibition to be held in Perth, at the Holmes à Court Gallery, 10 Douglas St, West Perth, from 2 September to 14 October 2023 (open Tuesday to Saturday, closed Sunday, Monday each week).

    Entry is open to all BASA members with their artworks being exhibited along with botanical artworks from the Janet Holmes à Court private collection and other works.

    Up to 3 original framed works can be submitted along with a up to of 5 prints and maximum of 4 different card designs with no more than 10 copies of each design. Entry fee is $10 per artwork and 25% commission.

    The Best in Show will be awarded $2000 with $1000 to be split between the highly commended ones.

    Please download and read the Terms and Conditions in the Information to Artists.

    Registration is now open and will close on 28 July 2023.

    • 5 Oct 2023
    • 30 Oct 2023
    • White Gallery, Retford Park Estate, Bowral NSW

    Can Assist Southern Highlands is proud to partner with the Botanical Art Society of Australia (BASA) and the National Trust in presenting the second Can Assist Southern Highlands Botanical Art & Illustration Prize.

    This is a juried exhibition with First Prize of $2000, Second Prize of $1000 and People’s Choice Award of $500.

    Entries will open by 1 August and close on Friday 1 September 2023. The theme for this years exhibition is "Spring". 

    Can Assist ensures all people, no matter where they live in NSW, have equitable access to cancer treatment and care by providing financial assistance, practical support and raising awareness.

    The Can Assist SH Botanical Art & Illustration Prize is an annual event celebrating a rotation of the seasons. Can Assist SH will receive the commission of 25% on sales of works and other monies collected at the exhibition.

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PO Box 3382
Exeter NSW 2579

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