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Published On: March 20, 2019 02:07 PM NPT By: Republica

Botanical art workshop

Botanical art workshop

Artist/botanical illustrator Neera Joshi Pradhan recently conducted the series of Botanical art workshops for teachers and students of art and science. Pradhan was invited from Telangana State Museum, the Department of Heritage, Hyderabad, the Government of India. The workshops were organized from March 11 to 15, to coincide the ongoing historical exhibition of the archival botanical prints “Forests and Gardens of South India” from the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh.

Curated by Dr Henry Noltie, RBGE the 54 extraordinary prints reproduced a segment of the original 19th-century drawings from the Hugh Cleghorn Collection (1820-1895)AD. Pradhan shared, “It was a great experience and had a wonderful time with the teacher training workshop for 20 art and science teachers and enthusiasts, 10 teachers from the Department of Botany, OU Women’s College, Koti and 3 teachers from the JNAFAU’s Department of Fine Arts. The children from different schools were another memorable event to share. The event itself was unique in many aspects not only the debut itself in the genre of botanical art. It was a complete spiritual for the very first time surrounded by the beautiful 200 years back archival prints all around the wall.”




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