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Update your artwork and reFrame Nature
What has the Royal Botanic Gardens and Art have in common? Art exhibitions of course!
The Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens are presenting a Natural history art exhibition, reFraming Nature, featuring birds, feathers, ferns, insects, reptiles and more!
Garden Snail, Alex Tien, Pen
I meandered across to the Domain House Gallery on opening day and was blown away by the sheer talent of the artists, exquisite detail and breadth of subjects – who knew sea urchins could be so beautiful?
Pink Sea Urchin, Marie Bogoyevitch, Scraperboard (courtesy of reFraming Nature Facebook page)
Best of all, framed art is priced between $150 - $1800, making it possible to take something home with you.
Blue Wren, Julie Reason, Watercolour (courtesy of reFraming Nature Facebook page)
Entry is by gold coin donation with all works, cards and prints for sale. reFraming Nature will run between 10-17, 19-25 October 2015 at Domain House Gallery, Dallas Brooks Drive, Melbourne. 10-4pm Weekdays, 10-6pm Weekends.
With three rooms of beautiful artwork and over 300 framed works, you're bound to be inspired.
Quail eggs and Feathers, Mary Hare, Watercolour (courtesy of reFraming Nature Facebook page)