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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Florum 2012

(detail from Tessa Spanton's piece, she is one of the 62 invited artists in the exhibit)

Florum 2012 exhibit at Seven Oaks Wildflower Reserve in Kent includes this year 333 quality works of botanical art by 62 invited artists, featuring paintings in a variety of media, silk paintings, textiles, embroidery, wood engravings, original jewellery, lino cuts and landscape etchings. This exhibit was initiated by Elizabeth Smail in 2005 and major part of the exhibit profits are donated to the upkeep of the Reserve which is a 55 ha spectacular oasis for the flora and fauna. The review of this first class exhibit can be found here.


Katherine Tyrrell said...

Thanks for highlighting my review. The correct link to the review is actually

Mervi Hjelmroos-Koski said...

Thank you Katherine - all corrected now -