‘Rhus typhina – Staghorn Sumac’ – painting by Kellie Cox
From an email:
“Unique art exhibit starting on February 18th to October 2nd at U.S. Botanic Gardens. Featuring local and national artists.
United States Botanic Garden (USBG) and National Park Service (NPS) launch art show Flora of the National Parks at USBG, part of NPS Centennial celebration
United States Botanic Garden
100 Maryland Ave. S.W., Washington, D.C.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, this art exhibit will showcase some of the plant species and communities found throughout the more than 400 national parks. From giant redwoods and aspen forests to endangered Virginia spiraea and water lilies, the national parks contain a diverse representation of the North American flora. Illustrations, paintings, and photography will take you on a tour of the beauty and importance of the American flora.”
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