Our judges are meeting on 29 January to assess all the submitted paintings, which are being safely stored in the Library of the National Botanic Gardens. The judges will decide […]
About F Broughan
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud F Broughan contributed a whooping 35 entries.
Entries by F Broughan
Hand-In Day is close! We will be accepting painting submissions from 12:30-1:30pm on 18 of November 2017, before Charles Nelson’s talk, at the Lecture Theatre, National Botanic Gardens. For more […]
As all our members know, the ISBA is about supporting and encouraging all our artists and members as they practise and learn more about botanical art and illustration. Our projects […]
Stones, Slabs and Seascapes: George Du Noyer’s Images of Ireland 17 November 2017–24 February 2018 An artist imbued with a keen appreciation of the sciences—particularly geology, botany and zoology, George […]
The inaugural outing of the ISBA was a visit to Burtown House in May 2013, where we were privileged and delighted to meet Wendy Walsh, and were welcomed to Burtown […]
Featuring six artists showing six paintings of Heritage Irish Plants, the ISBA’s first collective entry to the RHS–at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival–was awarded a Silver Medal. Each exhibit is […]
Keeping in mind the ISBA’s mission statement “to facilitate interaction amongst botanical artists in Ireland” we decided to run a bi-annual painting weekend in the north west for our members. […]
The Irish Society of Botanical Artists and The Irish Garden Plant Society have joined forces in a project titled Plandaí Oidhreachta, which celebrates our Heritage Plants. It highlights the wealth […]
This week’s blog is written by Alexandra Caccamo, Librarian at the National Botanic Gardens. Many of you have been able to visit the library in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, […]
This week’s blog is written by Liz Prendergast, with photographs by Shevaun Doherty. Now that the first Bloom Exhibition of Botanical Art has been dismantled and much of it is […]
I wonder how many of the artists in the ISBA had their interest in botanical art whetted by the wonderful work of Wendy Walsh? Now 98 years old and still […]
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