Fells exhibit closes after a well-received show of the native plants of New England.

Thank you to Nancy Horrall, Judith Baker and Lois Jackson for taking down the show in New Hampshire this past Monday, July 23.

A lot of work goes into these exhibits, and on behalf of all of the NESBA members, THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOU TIME AND DEDICATION!

Congratulations to NESBA Member!

Congratulations to Carrie Megan!

Carrie Megan's watercolor on vellum of Ailanthus altissima, Tree of Heaven, has been accepted by the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation for its 14th Annual International Exhibition of Botanical Art & Illustration.

The Institute established the International series in 1964 with the hope of supporting and encouraging contemporary botanical artists. Every three years, the International series features the works of talented botanical artists from around the world. The exhibit will be hung in 2013 and coincides with the ASBA Conference to be held in Pittsburgh that year. This is a great honor for a botanical artist! Congratulations to Carrie!

Tree of Heaven
Ailanthus altissima
©2012 Carrie Megan

NESBA Member Exhibit

Frances Topping is currently exhibiting at the Warwick Art Museum, Warwick, RI. The show entitled "In the Field" comprises artwork by selected artists done during, or inspired by Bioblitz, a 24 hr natural history biodiveristy survey and residences in National Parks and Forests. It is open from July 7 to July 31st (www.warwickmuseum.org ). July 26 Kathy Hodge is sharing her experiences as artist-in-residences in various parks for those interested in knowing about these opportunities.

Tulip tree leaf, flower and seed
©2012 Frances Topping

Fungus
©2012 Frances Topping

BioBlitz Scituate Resevoir
©2012 Frances Topping

Rock Polypody
©2012 Frances Topping

Lichen Textures
©2012 Frances Topping

Southern Rhode Island Seaweeds
©2012 Frances Topping

Milkweed and Black Swallowwort
©2012 Frances Topping

Flicker sketch
©2012 Frances Topping

Congratulations to NESBA member!

Congratulations to Phyllis Willis, who had 2 paintings accepted into the South Shore Natural Science Center "Beyond The Garden Gate" Show. This show lasts till the end of August.
Here is one of Phyllis's paintings in that exhibit. The other is her rhododendron, shown on a previous website page.

©2012 Phyllis Willis