What’s On

Sep
13
Tue
2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards @ Nature in Art
Sep 13 – Nov 13 all-day

 

Hitchhikers by George Stoyle
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by George Stoyle Overall Winner 2016

Exhibition:
The first post-launch display of all the winning images from this renowned competition focusing on British fauna and flora. Extraordinary pictures of our rarest animals and the wildlife on our doorstep.

To find out more about the competition visit the BWPA website: here

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Oct
4
Tue
CROWD! @ Nature in Art
Oct 4 – Nov 6 all-day

 

CROWD!(small)Exhibition:
Chosen, Revered Objects Which Delight, all selected from the Nature in Art collection and chosen by popular vote by members of the public. A variety of items that highlight the diversity of art inspired by nature.

CLICK HERE to see the selection and to make your vote! Voting closes 25th September.

 

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Wild and Free @ Nature in Art
Oct 4 – Oct 16 all-day

 

Wild and FreeExhibition:
An exhibition by the Gloucestershire based ‘Stitched Up’ textile artists’ group. They use textiles and other media to imaginatively portray the countryside and coast during the changing seasons.

 

Nov
22
Tue
The Valley in the Glass @ Nature in Art
Nov 22 – Dec 18 all-day

 

Amanda Lawrence - Wild Carrot - photo Simon Bruntnell(small)Exhibition:
An uplifting and thought-provoking exhibition of glass sculpture, photographs and sounds by glass artist Amanda Lawrence, inspired by four years of walking and listening in Gloucestershire’s iconic Slad Valley.

 

Jan
17
Tue
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Jan 17 – Mar 12 all-day

 

All the latest winners in the world’s most prestigious wildlife photography competition organised by The Natural History Museum. Chosen from almost 50,000 entries from 95 countries, these amazing images reflect nature’s beauty, diversity and fragility.

Photo: Agorastos Papatsanis (Greece)

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Feb
11
Sat
Wallsworth Art Group Show
Feb 11 – Feb 19 all-day

Annual display of work by members of the Wallsworth Art Group who regularly meet at Nature in Art. On display in the Education Centre.

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Mar
7
Tue
GSBI Exhibition
Mar 7 – Mar 19 all-day

Please Note: THESE ARE CHANGED DATES FROM PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED! The Gloucestershire  Society for  Botanical Illustration includes a number of RHS medal winners in its ranks. Illustrating the world’s flora for scientific purposes continues to be the preoccupation of many artists. Fine examples in pencil, ink and watercolour are included in this exhibition. Meet members every day.

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Mar
14
Tue
A Passion for Butterflies
Mar 14 – Apr 9 all-day

Butterflies are some of the most strikingly beautiful representatives of the natural world. The variety of colours and patterns make them objects of universal admiration. The paintings in this exhibition are by Ian Loe who has spent over 50 years observing and illustrating butterflies.

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Apr
11
Tue
Reflecting Nature
Apr 11 – Apr 23 all-day

A fascinating display of digital artwork by Mark Ware that brings together art and science to explore how we respond to natural and built environments. It is one of a series of art science collaborations with psychologists and neuroscientists that are investigating the effects of the natural environment upon health and wellbeing.

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The Arborealists
Apr 11 – May 14 all-day

A celebration of trees, with work almost exclusively by members of The Arborealists, a group of 43 artists with a national profile, from Wales to East Anglia and Sussex to Cornwall, of diverse art practice, philosophy, scale, medium, style and technique, who share the rich and versatile subject of the tree.

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