September 5, 2020
Focusing on native, threatened, and endangered plants, this exhibition helps us think about how important biodiversity is to the health of the regions we live in. Increasing awareness and knowledge of plants, plant life cycles and how to use them effectively in our lives is essential. How do we grow our future? Many regions need replanting after wildfires. Each artwork will be accompanied by the artist’s statement about the status of the plant and its habitat.
Due to fluctuating COVID-19 Guidelines for Butte County, our gallery has remained closed. The exhibit will be online only.
Generously Sponsored by Ann & Tony Slocum
Adrienne Leigh Edwards, PhD, is a Botanist & Plant Ecologist at CSU, Chico.
Joani Bosque worked for Hedgrow Farms, a native seed nursery and is currently planting a pollinator garden at the Feather River Nature Center & Native Plant Park.
For purchases or questions, please contact Cameron Kelly, Gallery Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Zoom Reception Saturday, September 26th at 5:00 pm
- Jurors, Adrienne Edwards, Botanist and Joan Bosque, Permaculturist respond to selected artworks
- Cash prize winners announced and invited to speak about their work