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Past Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions

When Cynthia Wick moved to the Berkshires from Los Angeles in 2009, she brought the luminous California color and light with her. Berkshire Botanical Garden presented her exhibition "The Shape of Color" from Oct. 19 through Dec. 2, 2019. 

"Shimmering Flowers," Nancy Lorenz’s lacquer and bronze landscapes, exhibited in the Center House Leonhardt Galleries from June 1, through Oct. 1, 2019.

Carol Ann Morley's retrospective collection, presented in colored pencil, pen and ink, graphite, carbon dust and pastel, filled the Leonhardt Galleries from April 6 through May 27, 2019.

Joan Dix Blair explored print making through cyanotypes — objects arranged on light-sensitive paper and exposed to UV light or sunshine, to produce images — in her exhibition, which ran from Dec. 15, 2018 through March 2, 2019.

The exhibition, curated by Sue Muskat and Phil Knoll, included some of the brightest talents working in the field of nature. "Ecophilia" exhibited from Oct. 13 through Nov. 22, 2018.

He was a shy, art-smitten, bird-watching child from Newburgh, N.Y. He would become a famed abstract artist. In 2018, Ellsworth Kelly's iconic "Plant Lithographs" became the first major exhibition in the Garden's Center House Leonhardt Galleries.

Curated by James Salomon, the exhibition featured a collection of stunning installations by 10 contemporary artists. The exhibition ran in 2018.

Berkshire Botanical Garden's first gallery show of 2018 was “Anastasia Traina’s Fairytale Botanical World,” an exhibition of botanical drawings, fairies and inspirational ephemera

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