Art at BBG
September 27, 2014–January 27, 2015
Renowned botanical illustrator Dick Rauh has drawn a number of trees in BBG's living collection, including specimens from the Garden’s important bonsai collection.
Artist Reception: Sunday, September 28 | 2–4 p.m.
Oak CircleTree house architect Roderick Romero created a new, site-specific installation using wood from trees felled by Hurricane Sandy.
Saturday, February 7–Saturday, March 7, 2015
This exhibition features the work of the talented artists who participated as students and teachers in BBG’s Continuing Education art classes in 2014.
Artists’ Reception: Sunday, February 8 | 2–4 p.m.
100 Years and Growing: A Century in the Children’s Garden, 2014
Full Bloom: Artwork by Ann Tarantino, 2014
Visions of Nature 2014: Classes at the Garden, 2014
Knit, Purl, Sow, 2013
Locally Sourced: Rare Plants, Rare Places, 2013
Visions of Nature 2013: Classes at the Garden, 2013
Nature’s Counsel: Botanical Art by Eloise Payne Luquer, 2012