Twenty-two artists contributed works in an array of media. The exhibition features highly detailed, botanically accurate renderings of plants, fungi, and pollinators found on local trails and in gardens. The TSBA is an active circle of the American Society of Botanical Artists, an international organization dedicated to the advancement of botanical art. Botanical and natural science art aids in plant identification and environmental awareness. A portion of the sales will benefit the work of the Trail Conference.
Dick Rauh—celebrated artist, botanist, and instructor—will be speaking at the reception on Oct. 2. He will discuss his journey in botanical art, as well as give an informative presentation on moss.
Gallery visitors are invited to vote for their favorite artwork from the show for the chance to win a $25 gift certificate to the Trail Conference Marketplace. Vote for the Hikers’ Choice artwork through Oct. 2 by filling out an entry form at our headquarters. The drawing will be held during the reception.
600 Ramapo Valley Road
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