Art Exhibits 2018-10-09T19:09:37+00:00

ART EXHIBITS

Victorian Veggies
September 18 – November 11  / Alice Milton Gallery
Nineteenth-century seed companies distributed humorous illustrated trade cards depicting vegetables with human features to advertise their businesses. This exhibition displays enlarged reproductions of these cards.

Image @ Smithsonian Institution, Archives of American Gardens, Horticulture Artifact Collection

Underwaterlilies by William Scully
September 18 – November 11 / Reception Gallery
William Scully presents a series of botanical photographs of waterlilies from a nontraditional perspective. His unique images were captured while snorkeling in Cape Cod’s kettle ponds, using an underwater camera and only the available natural light.

The Wild Rumpus Stickworks

THE WILD RUMPUS:
A Stickwork Sculpture by Patrick Dougherty
Free with Admission

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FINE ART EXHIBITS APPLICATION GUIDELINES
Although fine art exhibitions are primarily selected and curated by invitation only, Tower Hill Botanic Garden welcomes proposals for high-quality art exhibitions to be displayed on our gallery walls. Please keep in mind the mission of Tower Hill Botanic Garden when submitting. “Tower Hill Botanic Garden strives to inspire the use and appreciation of horticulture to improve lives, enrich communities, and strengthen our commitment to the natural world.” View Tower Hill’s Fine Art Exhibits Application Guidelines here.

COMMUNITY ART EXHIBITS APPLICATION GUIDELINES
The Tower Hill Botanic Garden Community Art Program invites artists living or working in Central Massachusetts to submit proposals for exhibits. Exhibitions will run for four weeks and can be proposed by people from all walks of life, including but not limited to, students, artists, designers, groups, and classes. Exhibitions should be thematically curated, with a strong emphasis on plants and the natural environment. View Tower Hill’s Community Art Exhibits Application Guidelines here.