Flower Fields, Half Moon Bay by Tomiko Bailey, displayed during Nature’s Many Splendors: Farms, Gardens and Woodlands Exhibit 2013.
The Gallery at Filoli is a space used by the Art Committee of the Friends of Filoli to display artwork related to Filoli Center’s mission and to foster community relationships. Enriching your visits to Filoli in 2013 will be an inspiring collection of art and decorative art exhibits. We look forward to sharing these with you, your family and your friends!
2014 Exhibition Schedule
Filoli Meadow by Sue Vandiver, Art Student.
Filoli Instructors and Their Students
Tuesday, February 11 through Sunday, March 30, 2014
Filoli is fortunate to have many talented and knowledgeable instructors that teach a wide variety of subjects including art and decorative art classes to an enthusiastic student body. This exhibit will feature works by our instructors and their students in the Visitor and Education Center. Enjoy the display, learn about our education programs and let Filoli be the inspiration for your next work of art.
The picturesque surroundings of Filoli make a wonderful venue for art and artists, providing inspiration and a range of valuable resources. Click here for more information about our Art and Decorative Art Programs.
The Filoli Botanical Art Certificate Program at Filoli offers a unique, in–depth study of botanical art through challenging, integrated and comprehensive courses. Click here for more information about Filoli’s Botanical Art Certificate Program.
Pinus ponderosa, Ponderosa Pine by Carrie DiConstanzo. Winner of the 2013 Roth Award for distinction with an emphasis on traditional botanical art presentation.
Botanical Art Exhibit
Tuesday, April 8 through Sunday, June 8
Filoli presents its 16th Annual Botanical Art Exhibit this coming spring. Botanical art has experienced a renaissance of growth both in the states and internationally and Filoli has been a leader in the renewal of this art form, which combines the observational skills of the scientist and the sensibility of the artist. This beautiful exhibit has long been an essential part of the Filoli Botanical Art Program’s mission to interpret and preserve this historically–significant art form. Artworks selected this year will be displayed in the Visitor and Education Center while select pieces from our three major florilegia collections: the Filoli, the Banks’ and the Highgrove, will be displayed in the historic House. Come enjoy the West Coast’s most prominent botanical art exhibit!
Thursday, April 10, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Filoli will host an artist reception to celebrate this remarkable exhibit. Artists are on hand to share their botanical art knowledge and experiences. In addition, a collection of prints, matted originals and note cards will be for sale. An after–hours visit to the Garden will complete this special evening. While admission is FREE, reservations are required. Reservation deadline is Friday, April 4.
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