Exhibits at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
Visit our gallery to view botanically-themed art works by regional artists. Art exhibits in Ginter Gallery II are located in the entry and hall of the Kelly Education Center adjoining the Central Garden. We exhibit works that feature the natural world as the subject matter, whether literally, metaphorically or conceptually. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is visited by a large, diverse audience. The artwork displayed at Ginter Gallery II enriches our visitors’ experience and is an opportunity for artists with work of a botanical nature to reach an audience with common interests.
NATURE QUILTS | February 20-April 25,, 2020
See a selection of quilts inspired by nature! A quilted dragonfly, whimsical leaves, seed heads and more, all depicted in the art of quilting.
ANNE BLACKWELL THOMPSON | June 21-August 22, 2020
Harvesting from the bountiful gardens of Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, artist and plantswoman Anne Blackwell Thompson preserves foliage and flowers using centuries-old traditions and turns her collected flora into artistic compositions.
CHRISTINE DRAKE | May 1-June 22, 2020
Botanical illustration exhibit, Drake’s Florilegium: Observation and Painting to Understand a Local Ecosystem exemplifies the wildflowers found on the 20-acre property in the Shenandoah Valley Drake and here husband call home.
View and read about our past exhibitions.