Educational… March 2018

This month has been very educational! Last night I attended a talk organised by the Friends of the RSA at ECA, Let’s Talk About … establishing a career in the Visual Arts – challenges and rewards. This involved a 5 strong panel of emerging and established artists in...

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Getting back to work… January 2018

I wondered about adding a post now and then which isn't exactly news but lists a few of the botanical art thingys that I have been thinking about... I've been painting again after my post diploma r&r requirement. I am finishing up on my diploma pieces, which is...

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What’s on the cards for 2018?

A belated Happy New Year to everyone! I have two exhibitions lined up for 2018 so far. The first is the very exciting worldwide Day of Botanical Art, aiming to raise the profile of botanical art, artists, institutions and organisations around the world. The second, I...

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Worldwide Day of Botanical Art 2018

April & May 2018 Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Further details in location and times to come... A worldwide Day of Botanical Art will be held on May 18, 2018 Botanical Art Worldwide is an international collaboration of botanical artists, organisations, and...

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Interview for Botanic Stories @RBGE

During the recent ESBA show, Roger Hyam of the RBGE, interviewed me for his Blog & Podcast Botanic Stories, about botanical illustration. The interview is about 12 mins, and if you want to hear my dulcet tones (I challenge Henry Higgens to place me!) then you can...

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Edinburgh Society of Botanical Artists Christmas Exhibition

25th November – 2nd December 2017
10am – 4pm
Edinburgh Society of Botanical Artists CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION
The John Hope Gateway,
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Entrance via Arboretum Place

Read the Botanical Art & Artists blog post on the exhibition

Katherine Tyrell on the drawings that I have included in this exhibition –  “The drawings below were done by Marianne Hazlewood using Japanese ink paste on Lambeth Cartridge.  I think they’re wonderful because they lend a distinctively contemporary ‘edge’ to her botanical art. ”

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