Botanical Art Collective of North Central Texas

Botanical Art Collective of North Central Texas

A community for artists and art lovers.

Iok-Hou PangThe Botanical Art Collective (BAC) at BRIT is a collaborative community of artists interested in sharing, exploring, and expanding both the traditional and contemporary practice of botanical art and illustration. BAC also welcomes individuals who might not consider themselves artists (yet!) but who are interested in supporting all aspects of botanical art, such as its history, educational value, scientific contributions, and its aesthetics.

BAC has been accepted as the newest Artist Circle of the American Society of Botanical Artists, the first in Texas.

Cathy Stein, botanical photography

 

 

 

Program Information

Peony watercolor by Denis Benjamin

Membership in the Botanical Artists Collective of North Central Texas (BAC) is free and open to all individuals interested in botanical art. We encourage BAC members to become members of the American Society of Botanical Artists if they are not already.

To become a member, please contact Denis Benjamin, Resident Research Associate at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, at dbenjamin@brit.org or join our Facebook community at Botanical Art Collective of North Central Texas.

BAC general meetings and open studio events are free to the public. Special events and classes which will take place throughout the year may have a charge.

 

Point of Contact

Laura Northern Venhaus

Director of the Libraries and Research Public Engagement

Iok-Hou PangThe Botanical Art Collective (BAC) at BRIT is a collaborative community of artists interested in sharing, exploring, and expanding both the traditional and contemporary practice of botanical art and illustration. BAC also welcomes individuals who might not consider themselves artists (yet!) but who are interested in supporting all aspects of botanical art, such as its history, educational value, scientific contributions, and its aesthetics.

BAC has been accepted as the newest Artist Circle of the American Society of Botanical Artists, the first in Texas.

Cathy Stein, botanical photography