Artist Emma Tuck has been inspired by the barcoding of all 1,143 native flowering plants of Wales
29th September 2011
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Latest news from the National Botanic Garden of Wales:


opening at the National Botanic Garden of Wales

Courtyard Gallery on Thursday October 6

features work by artist Emma Tuck which has been inspired by research at the Garden to barcode all 1,143 of the native flowering plants of Wales.

The exhibition focuses on four rare species – spreading bellflower, meadow thistle, whorled caraway, and an endemic whitebeam. Emma has produced a series of relief prints, collages, and artists books in which the shapes of flower parts, leaves, stems, twigs, and berries have been abstracted and reinterpreted, enabling us to see these plants in new and unusual ways. Read full article?

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