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S.B. Botanic Garden

Images of a dozen California wildflowers and flowering plants, both as specimens from the Garden’s Herbarium and as life-size linocut prints by noted artist Henry Evans, are on view in “Pressed: Botanical Art and the Herbarium” at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden Gallery.

Evans’ prints are from The Garden’s permanent art collection, part of a gift of 41 limited edition prints from Ada Wood in memory of Amy Wood Nyholm.

The exhibit is open through mid-March 2022 and is free to view with Garden admission. The Garden Gallery is located on the ground floor of the Pritzlaff Conservation Center. The Garden is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit www.sbbg.org.

Henry Evans (1918 – 1990) began making botanical prints in 1958 and depicted 1400 subjects in 31 years. Self-taught as a printer, botanist, and artist, Evans drew directly from living subjects, all of which were portrayed life-size. Printing was done by hand, using linoleum as a printing surface. All the editions were limited, with the linoleum blocks destroyed following printing. For more about Henry Evans, visit www.henryevans.com.


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