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Natasha Coverdale: Digital Botanical

Natasha Coverdale: Digital Botanical will be closed on the 6 December 2023.

Natasha Coverdale is a Sussex based artist and designer using digital illustration as her medium. Her work is inspired by antique French textiles, Japanese block prints, solo travel and the busy beauty of the English hedgerow.

This exhibition includes some of Natasha’s most popular and treasured art prints, a rare special edition – hand finished in Kanazawa Gold, and a piece inspired by an assortment of visual treasures found in the Garden Museum Archive including seed packets, vintage Suttons catalogues and original botanical plates.

Digital Botanical will also be open during the Winter Flowers Week Late on Friday 8 December.


Free entry

About Natasha Coverdale

Originally having worked in visual identity and branding for 15 years, Natasha launched ‘Studio Coverdale’ in 2018 after winning the Liberty Open Call competition. She now designs and sells deliciously vibrant, limited edition Giclée prints as well as exquisite woven cotton blankets, murals, scarves, bags and even leggings, all with a view to bringing colourful joy and immersion in her fantastical floral world.

When not in the studio Natasha can be found enjoying English heritage properties, learning about foraging, working on her herb garden, and saving up for an opulent cruise down the Nile.

A Q&A with Natasha Coverdale

Can you tell us about the works you’ve created for the Garden Museum exhibition, and the inspiration you found in our archive?

It was such a joy to be able to access the archives. Filled with vintage seed packets and beautiful botanical engravings, I was in inspiration heaven! But surprisingly, what really caught my eye were the Sutton’s Seed Catalogues. Their covers had absolutely dreamy gardens on them! In particular the 1993 Catalogue. Wow, now that’s a garden I want to escape to! With what looks like a very happy grandfather, it reminds me of my own childhood. I have snuck a few cheeky little heart symbols in a flower in the print too and, of course, Derek the tiny punk iguana is there to find as well – as he is in all of my prints.

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