Angeline de Meester - Contemporary botanical artist Angeline de Meester - Contemporary botanical art

May 2017 – New work from Angeline will be on show at the Flower Lovers Exhibition London Bloomsbury Gallery from May 28 – June 4th.
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March 2017 – Angeline is delighted to be included in the latest exhibition at The Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. Titled
“British Artists in The Shirley Sherwood Collection” it will run from 25th March – 17 Ssptember 2017


February 2017 New for 2017 Angeline will be leading a series of 3 day workshops for Capel Manor College. Please see their website for details.


July 2013 “Ars Butanica”, an exhibition of contemporary botanic art inspired by the 3rd Earl of Bute, founder of the Luton Hoo Walled Garden 30th October – 6th November 2013


March 2013 Two very exciting exhibitions happening in London next month, the Society of Botanic Artists Annual exhibition and the RHS London Botanic Art Show. Angeline will have work on display at both and would love to see you there.


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Angeline de Meester takes a new, fresh, approach to botanical art, providing a contemporary take on an age-old subject.

Her work would complement any Home and enhance any room, engendering a feeling of tranquillity and order in a world that is rarely either.

"Angeline de Meester is a graduate (with distinction) of the English Gardening School's prestigious diploma course in Botanical Painting and Illustration (Dip EGS). With a strong sense of design, Angeline's composition of well loved garden plants blend scientific accuracy with aesthetic beauty and challenge the viewer to look further into the painting"
Helen Allen BA, PGCEd, DipEGS, FLS
Diploma Course Director EGS Botanical Painting


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