With the snow falling and temperatures near zero, it hardly seems possible that spring blooms could be not many weeks away!
Renowned artist and educator Margaret Best is well versed in the subtleties and surprises of nature in different climates and seasons from having grown up in South Africa, to now residing in Nova Scotia, and from traveling and teaching worldwide. Her botanical art can be found in private collections around the world, as well as at the Hunt Institute of Botanical Documentation of the Carnegie Mellon University and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Margaret will share some of her research into the innovative color system used by prolific illustrator of plants and animals in the nineteenth century Ferdinand Bauer in an online program for Nature Artists’ Guild members, An Intimate Relationship with Colour, on Thursday, March 4, 2021 beginning at 7 pm.
Please click on an image or on one of the highlighted links to reach Margaret’s website, where you can learn more about her life and art and enjoy images of her stunning paintings. Nature Artists’ Guild members will receive by email, within the next few weeks, a link and instructions for attending the online program.
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Beautiful! I’m inspired!
On Mon, Feb 8, 2021 at 10:04 AM Nature Artists’ Guild wrote:
> Denise posted: “With the snow falling and temperatures near zero, it > hardly seems possible that spring blooms could be not many weeks away! > Renowned artist and educator Margaret Best is well versed in the subtleties > and surprises of nature in different climates an” >