Carrie Megan Botanical Drawings and Prints

Carrie Megan
Rosemary and Sage
graphite on paper


NESBA member Carrie Megan will be showing her work at the 
Page Waterman Gallery and Fine Framing
October 14 - November 5
Reception Friday October 21 from 6-8 pm
26 Church Street, Wellesley, MA 02482

Carrie Megan has exhibited widely with the New England Society of Botanical Artists and in numerous national and international juried exhibits, including The Beauty of Botanicals 2016 at the OA Gallery, the 12th, 15th, 16th, 17th & 18th Annual International American Society of Botanical Artists Exhibitions in 2009,  2012 (Ursus Award for Merit), 2013, 2014 & 2015 respectively, the 2015 & 2016 Danforth Art Annuals, The 17th & 18th Filoli Annual Botanical Art Exhibitions in 2015 & 2016, Green Currency at The NY Botanical Garden in 2011 (Honorable Mention), the 69th Annual Audubon Artists Exhibition in 2011 (Honorary John M. Angelini Award in Watercolor) and the 99th Annual Allied Artists of America (the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts Graphic Award) in 2012.
She has been teaching Botanical Art at Wellesley College Botanic Gardens since 2011.
Her work is in the permanent collection of the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation as well as numerous private collections.
Carrie Megan is a member of the American Society of Botanical Artists, the New England Society of Botanical Artists and Wellesley Women Artisans.

Kay Kopper Exhibit of Southeastern Massachusetts Plants and Wildlife


A South Shore Natural Science Center Exhibition
The Art of Observation- Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary
48 Jacobs Lane
Norwell, MA.

October 10–November 22 with an opening reception on Friday, October 21, 6-8 pm.
Hours are Monday through Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday:11am 4pm

An exhibit to encourage curiosity, wonder and imagination and to remind us that our remarkable natural environment must be preserved and maintained.  We have been appointed custodian/friend. Kay's work inspires visitors to see the extraordinary in the ordinary.

The South Shore Natural Science Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public about the natural and cultural environments of the South Shore.Their mission is to provide natural science experiences that educate, excite, and commit every generation to preserve the environment and to encourage responsible use, stewardship and enjoyment of our natural resources.



Several NESBA members joined ASBA Grant Recipient Kay Kopper on Monday to
view her exhibit, "Southeastern Massachusetts Plants and Wildlife" at the
South Shore Natural Science Center in Norwell, MA.  Kay used the grant
funding to encourage preservation of the rare pine barren habitat.  

NESBA welcomes Mark Klingler


NESBA welcomed Mark Klingler, who for the past 30 years has been professionally and passionately, as we discovered, working at scientific illustration for scientists as well as publishing in scientific books, journals, and showing his work in museums and galleries.




His generosity with each of us was astonishing. Saturday morning he showed us a power point presentation which encompassed his own work and process. Lots of little tips for us were welcomed by one and all. 






After lunch Mark led a demo and class on dissections and gave us many tips for producing beautiful botanicals. Sunday he continued the workshop. We took him to the Mt Auburn Cemetery to check out the botanicals and the Glass Flower museum to see the new display cases and the flowers as well as the Blaschkas' sea creatures. If you have a chance, go to to the MT Auburn Cemetery to see all the beautiful specimens. Who knew Olmstead would have produced such a treasure trove of items for us? 






















Watch a video of Mark Klingler's presentation to NESBA
Sarah Klingler, filmmaker; Britt Griswold, producer



Thank you to Emmi who loaned us her awesome pitcher plants, venus flytraps and other plant "creatures" delightful for us to see and use for the workshop.