52. 3rd Annual Botanical Art Exhibition by Heeyoung Kim & Students

3rd Annual Botanical Art Exhibition by Heeyoung Kim & Students
 at Ryerson Woods, 21850 N Riverwoods Road, Deerfield (Riverwoods), IL 60015
Opening Reception: Nov 12, 1 pm - 3 pm, live music and refreshments
Class open to the public on Monday Nov 13, 11 am - 4 pm
The exhibit runs through Dec 21, 2017.

This new painting of mine will be exhibited in this show! 

Every Monday and Saturday, Brushwood Center is bustled with artists. Botanical art classes, from beginning to advanced level, are designed and taught by me, Heeyoung Kim. Since I started the program at Brushwood Center in 2011, it has grown steadily and strongly. And Brushwood Center has supported my program by hosting annual exhibit. With the results from the classes, we exhibit our works to the public at the end of the year. Despite Chicago's cold winter, we have attracted big crowd of art supporters, nature enthusiasts, avid gardeners and/or anyone who like to support art and Brushwood Center.  The followers are ever growing.

Brushwood Center is situated in pristine nature preserve, Ryerson Woods in Deerfield (Riverwoods), IL. It is home for may precious plants and animals. Read more about Brushwood Center at the website https://www.brushwoodcenter.org/About/AboutUs.html

This year, some of the participating botanical artists got in international juried botanical art exhibitions: Jane Sturgeon and Susie Williams to Filoli International Botanical Art Exhibition, and Claudia Lane to Out of Woods by American Society of Botanical Artists. Both of these exhibitions are prestigious and competitive, to which artists submit their best works from around the world. I am very proud of their achievements.  Last year, Susie Williams and Barbara Rose got in Filoli International Botanical Art Exhibit, and Ramiro Prudencio and Heeyoug Kim in the New York Horticultual Society / American Society of Botanical Art International Botanical Art exhibit. Claudia Lane's ink illustration was featured in the Journal of the American Society of Botanical Artists.

New feature this year: Live music! Acoustic Guitarist, Rick D. Frank will perform live at the opening reception!!! Thank you Rick and Joann Dinneen for your generous volunteer! We all are supper excited about it! Here is the link of the musician. https://www.gigmasters.com/jazz-guitar/rick-frank

The invitation card this year features watercolor, Plumeria, by ©Jane Sturgeon.

Invitation card from: image by Jane Sturgeon


Full image of the cover art by Jane Sturgeon


Some of the artworks from the exhibitions:









Brushwood Center at Ryerson Woods. November 23. It is stunningly beautiful at this time of the year. When you come to the opening, don't forget to take a walk in the woods. 

The musician at the opening reception, Rick D. Frank https://www.gigmasters.com/jazz-guitar/rick-frank

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