FORTHCOMING EXHIBITION 18th-19th November 2017, 10am to 4pm
A new collection of Louise’s paintings will be exhibited at Hector’s House, JG Graves Woodland Discovery Centre, Abbey Lane, Sheffield S7 2QZ
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FORTHCOMING EXHIBITION 12th-13th November 2016, 10am to 4pm
Louise’s latest collection of paintings will be exhibited at Hector’s House, JG Graves Woodland Discovery Centre, Abbey Lane, Sheffield S7 2QZ
National Press Article
The Telegraph recently published an article promoting the Royal Horticultural Society London Botanical Art Show 2015, featuring artwork from award winning artists. Louise’s drawing of Bracken (RHS gold medal and best in show 2012), from the collection “Native Ferns of the Peak District”. The drawing is in the RHS Lindley Library collection and currently on display there. Click HERE to see the article.
Click HERE to see the drawing, Pteridium aquilinum (Bracken) at the bottom of the page.
European Orchid Show and Conference
Six of Louise’s Ophrys paintings will be displayed at the entrance hall to the European Orchid Show and Conference, held at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Lindley Hall, 9th to 12th April. See HERE for more information.
Following the success at the RHS London Orchid and Botanical Art Show this year with a Gold Medal for her “Ophrys of Menorca” paintings, Louise will be showing her work in Menorca and closer to home.
Tuesday 16th to Tuesday 30th September 2014
Thanks to the generosity of the la Caixa Bank, Louise will be returning to the island with her “Ophrys of Menorca” collection to exhibit at the:
Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd November 2014
Exhibiting for the third time in this idyllic woodland setting:
Louise will be exhibiting “Ophrys of Menorca” (a collection of eight watercolour paintings of Bee Orchids) at the Royal Horticultural Society London Orchid and Botantical Art Show, 11th & 12th April 2014, Royal Horticultural Halls, Westminster, London, UK.
Louise will be there for the duration of the show and hopes to see you there.
“…bee orchids are incredible in the way they mimic and lure their pollinators…”
Excuse any adverts at the start, this clip from Youtube shows some of the amazing characteristics these plants exhibit. Click HERE.
Following the recent success of a Royal Horticultural Society Gold Medal and Best Exhibit award for her pencil drawings of ferns, Louise has been enjoying a return to watercolour.
‘Plants Through the Seasons’ is a new collection of paintings celebrating the colour and structure of plants throughout the year. Originals were exhibited on 1st and 2nd December 2012 in Sheffield.
Some artwork, calendars and cards are still for sale and limited edition prints available to order.