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Past Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions

"Re-Rooted" Featuring Works by Ellen Driscoll

Berkshire Botanical Garden’s 2024 Art/Garden series continues with “Re-Rooted,” an exhibition featuring the drawings of Brooklyn-based artist Ellen Driscoll, who takes her inspiration from the resilience and regenerative power of plants.

Berkshire Botanical Garden presented the art exhibition “BBG Creativity Unleashed,” from March 29 through April 12, in our Leonhardt Galleries.

Scenes from the opening celebration of "Wild Findings" on Friday, March 1, at Berkshire Botanical Garden.

A collection of paintings, drawings, photographs, and collages inspired by nature, created by artists with disabilities is on display in our Leonhardt Galleries through March 24. 

The opening reception for “Musings on Nature” on Feb. 9.

Berkshire Botanical Garden's 2024 Art/Garden series opened with “Musings on Nature” from Feb. 9-25, in our Leonhardt Galleries featuring work by the Guild of Berkshire Artists.

“Creating visual art is the closest I’ve ever come to having my life make any sense at all. It’s both indulgent and essential,” Ann Getsinger says. Her exhibition, “The Garden of Curiosity,” ran from Sept. 1 through Nov. 19, 2023, in the Leonhardt Galleries.

Berkshire Botanical Garden's featured 2023 summer art exhibition was Cynthia Wick’s “Floraborealis,” from June 30 through Aug. 27.

Berkshire Botanical Garden’s 2023 art season continues with “Alchemy and Innocents,” featuring works by Anastasia Traina, from May 5 through June 25, in the Leonhardt Art Galleries. The opening reception is Friday, May 5, from 5 to 7 p.m. 

Berkshire Botanical Garden presents “Nest/Emerge,” an art exhibition, from Friday, March 31, through Sunday, April 30. Featuring works by Elizabeth Cohen, “Nest/Emerge” will exhibit in the Garden’s Center House Leonhardt Galleries. 

Community Access to the Arts (CATA) ​and Berkshire Botanical Garden present “The View from Here​,” an exhibit of nature-inspired paintings and drawings by artists with disabilities​.

Kantner’s show, “Volumes,” featuring nearly two dozen of her works, runs in the Leonhardt Galleries from Jan. 20 through Feb. 26.

“Fanfare” features works by John Thompson. “The basis for my work is landscapes where I choose specific moments and small elements as my focus,” said Thompson, based in Waltham, Mass.

Including outdoor sculptures in the gardens and indoor artwork in the Leonhardt Galleries, “Symbiosis” aesthetically merged art and the botanical world. Curated by renowned art collector Beth Rudin DeWoody.

A comprehensive installation of Hunt Slonem’s signature artwork featuring bunnies, butterflies, tropical birds and orchids.

Curated by Sue Muskat and Phil Knoll, "Shimmer" brings light to dark times.

An exhibition of nature-inspired work by Community Access To Arts (CATA) artists with disabilities.

Berkshire artist Madeline Schwartzman's anthropocentric practice aims to create a crack in human awareness and serve as an antidote to passivity and inaction surrounding the future of nature.

For the first time in his 50-year career, Berkshire resident Nicholas Mongiardo presented a solo show of his signature lacquerwork at Berkshire Botanical Garden’s Leonhardt Galleries.

Fine arts photographer Tom Zetterstrom exhibited three-dozen gelatin silver prints from his "Portraits of American Trees" portfolio in the Garden's Leonhardt Galleries, from Sept. 17 through Oct. 31, 2021.

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