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Super Nature: A new art fair inspired by the joy of plants

Super Nature is London’s first fair for art inspired by plants. This boutique art fair will show a curated selection of 25 exhibitors, all artists whose work celebrates the joy of plants, flowers and gardens.

From oil paintings to photography, collages to print-making, all work for sale at this affordable fair will be priced at under £500, with an abundance of art to appeal to both garden and art lovers alike.

Held in the impressive setting of the Garden Museum, visitors to Super Nature will also have the chance to create art inspired by nature themselves, in flower-pressing, collage, botanical sketching and abstract floral painting workshops hosted by the exhibiting artists.

Tickets cost £5 in advance or £7.50 on the door, and include entry to the whole Museum, usually £10.

Exhibitors include:

Alexandra Noble – Digital art
Anita Gwynn – Drawings & monotypes
Clover Robin – Collage
Fiona Wheeler – Botanical watercolours
Hannah Brown – Plant-based artworks
Hannah McVicar – Screenprints
Helen Riches – Oil paintings
JamJar Flowers – Botanical pressings
Jeff Josephine Designs – Linocuts & screenprints
Jill Leman – Watercolours & acrylics
Jo Aylward – Oils & gouache
Julia Patience – Botanical watercolours & inks
Kate Friend – Photography
Kevin Dutton – Photography
Kit Boyd – Etchings & relief prints
Laura Gee – Abstract acrylics & watercolours
Liz Charsley – Drawings
Mary MacCarthy – Oil paintings
Pamela Taylor – Botanical pen & inks
Penny Brown – Cut Paper Collage
Penny Fleet – Mixed-media
Rachel Gracey – Lithography & linoprint
Rose Harris – Prints & drawings
Sarah Jane Humphrey – Botanical illustration 

Workshops include:

Collage with Clover Robin
Abstract floral painting with Laura Gee
Flower pressing with JamJar Flowers
Botanical sketchbooks with Sarah Jane Humphrey

Image: Dancing Greens by Laura Gee, image courtesy of the artist