Issue 206
Winter 2018/19

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Apr 20, 2019

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Turning over some new leaves

DURING THE last week of November, Dundas Street Gallery in Edinburgh will be hosting the seventh Annual exhibition of the Edinburgh Society of Botanical Artists (ESBA).

The power of botanical drawing to embrace fine details which are often overlooked by a casual glance will open up a new way of appreciating familiar plants from giant oak trees to tiny seeds! With this in mind, Jessica Langford from ESBA claims "When you leave the exhibition, you will see plants from a new perspective and find yourself turning over leaves to discover for yourself what's underneath!"

The exhibition will feature work by twenty artists, all graduates of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Diploma Course in Botanical Illustration. Their backgrounds are varied and many have had careers as teachers, architects, physiotherapists, social workers, botanists and filmmakers.

Several of the artists have exhibited paintings both nationally and internationally, while others have won awards and had their work selected for publication.

At the Dundas Street Gallery, Edinburgh from November 23 to 29. Open daily 10-6, (Nov 29: 10-1). Original paintings, giclée prints, cards and ESBA's annual calendar will be on sale.

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