Scottish Society of Botanical Artists – 5th Annual Exhibition

Saturday 19th September to Saturday 10th October 2020
Monday to Friday 10am – 5.30pm, Saturday 10.30am – 5pm
at Frames Gallery, Perth

10 Victoria Street, Perth, Scotland, PH2 8LW
01738 631085 –

Frames Gallery employs the Own Art scheme so you can spread your purchase over 10 payments!

Find out more about the Scottish Society of Botanical Artists 

I am delighted to be taking part in ‘Blooming Lockdown’. It has been a while since I entered paintings to the collaborative SSBA exhibitions due to overlapping work schedules.

Frames Gallery is operating with social distancing requirements as you would expect at this time. Alternatively if you can’t make it to the show, you will be able to visit the exhibition online.

Information from the SSBA below:

Blooming Lockdown  - SSBA Exhibition 2020 at Frames Gallery, Perth, 19th September - 10th October, Meet some of the artists on 19th September from 11am - 1pm

Frames Gallery has now been open for several weeks and this is now our third exhibition since re-opening.

The Scottish Society of Botanical Artists has been established for only six years but has, in that short time, built a sizeable membership of extremely talented artists. Each year they have an annual exhibition and we are delighted that Frames has been picked as the venue for this year. There are 21 artists with 79 works on show.The quality of the painting in these works is quite remarkable and it would be well worth paying a visit to see the work on the wall.

The gallery is a large space and we will be limiting numbers if necessary to maintain social distancing guidelines.

Given the current situation we are not able to hold a private view as in the old days but some of the artists will be in the gallery from 11am on the 19th September. To avoid any possible overcrowding you can book a slot from 11am onwards.

Book via Eventbrite where you can select the slot which suits you best.

Or visit the online exhibition

Image credits:
Tree Peony ‘Jospeh Rock’ by William Philips