Super Nature: a new art fair at Garden Museum

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28 March - 29 March 2020



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Inject some colour into your home with a beautiful new piece of local art from the Super Nature art fair. Hosted at the Garden Museum, it’s London’s first ever fair for foliage-inspired art, so expect a riot of colour, texture and greenery across pieces from 25 exhibitors.

There’ll be oil paintings, collages, prints and photography on offer, all priced at under £500. And if you feel inspired, you’ll also be invited to try your hand at creating some of your very own art hosted by the exhibitors themselves. Workshops will include flower-pressing, collage, botanical sketching and abstract floral painting. And best of all, whatever you take home, you’ll never have to remember to water it.

Tickets cost £5 in advance or £7.50 on the door, and include entry to the whole Museum, usually £10.

Exhibitors include Alexandra Noble – Digital art Anita Gwynn – Drawings & monotypes Clover Robin – Collage Fiona Wheeler – Botanical watercolours Hannah Brown – Plant-based artworks Hannah McVicar – Screenprints Helen Riches – Oil paintings JamJar Flowers – Botanical pressings Jeff Josephine Designs – Linocuts & screenprints Jill Leman – Watercolours & acrylics Jo Aylward – Oils & gouache Julia Patience – Botanical watercolours & inks Kate Friend – Photography Kevin Dutton – Photography Kit Boyd – Etchings & relief prints Laura Gee – Abstract acrylics & watercolours Liz Charsley – Drawings Mary MacCarthy – Oil paintings Pamela Taylor – Botanical pen & inks Penny Brown – Cut Paper Collage Penny Fleet – Mixed-media Rachel Gracey – Lithography & lino print Rose Harris – Prints & drawings Sarah Jane Humphrey – Botanical illustration