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by Phyllis Laslett, Adult Education Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden It seems that botanical art is everywhere this very welcome spring.  Right now at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden we have two exhibits that explore the ways that artists connect with the natural world:  in Ginter Gallery II in the Education and Library Complex, we are hosting […]

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by Helen Wallace MacDonald, Board Liaison & Major Gifts Assistant, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden  Turning 98 years old is a noteworthy accomplishment, never mind painting 40+ pieces of beautiful artwork in one year. So goes the life of Mrs. Louise Cochrane. An incredibly practiced artist, our graceful friend once again outdid herself not only with a […]

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Ginkgos, Kew & Descubes

by Janet Woody, Librarian, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden We recently welcomed a distinguished guest to the garden: Sir Peter Crane, author of a new book called Ginkgo, the Tree that Time Forgot, Yale University Press, 2013.  He was here to visit, among other things, our ginkgo tree which we believe is over one hundred years old […]

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Text & photos by Judy Thomas, Adult Education Instructor,  Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden   Needle felting is an old craft, but it is on the cutting edge in botanical art. I just finished teaching a session of  ”Needle Felting with Botanical Subjects” in the Art in the Garden program at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. What a […]

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by Paula Blair Dabbs, Volunteer, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden At the end of October, botanical illustrators and other artists will come together for a new class, Expanding the Roots offered by Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s adult education department. Instructor Celeste Johnston says, “It is a chance to place traditional botanical elements and imagery within a work […]

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