Botanical Art Collective of North Central Texas

A community for botanical artists and art lovers

Zinnia in Red by Suzannah Alexander

ALL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, ART EXHIBITIONS, AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES ARE SUSPENDED THROUGH April 15th.

To ensure the safety of our volunteers and guests, all educational programming and volunteer opportunities, including Butterflies in the Garden, are suspended through April 15th. If the situation allows, we will reschedule programs for a later date. If you have questions or concerns, please email the following:

  • Volunteer Opportunities: volunteer@brit.org
  • Adult Education & Field Study Trips: Michelle at mschmidlkofer@brit.org
  • Children & Families, Homeschool, Girl Scouts, Butterflies in the Garden Special Programming: Rachel at rlincoln@brit.org

BRIT is proud to partner with the Botanical Art Collective of North Central Texas (BAC), 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, but who are interested in supporting all aspects of botanical art: its history, educational value, scientific contributions, and aesthetics. Art at BRIT hosts the BAC annual exhibition, featuring artwork by many of its members. 

BAC membership is free and open to all individuals interested in botanical art. Members are encouraged to become members of the American Society of Botanical Artists. For more information call 817-546-1844, or join the Botanical Art Collective of North Central Texas Facebook community. 

Fig Tree Canopy by Owen Curtsinger
Zinnia in Red by Suzannah Alexander
 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Point of Contact

Erin Starr White

Community Education Manager

Related Programs

Zinnia in Red by Suzannah Alexander

ALL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, ART EXHIBITIONS, AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES ARE SUSPENDED THROUGH April 15th.

To ensure the safety of our volunteers and guests, all educational programming and volunteer opportunities, including Butterflies in the Garden, are suspended through April 15th. If the situation allows, we will reschedule programs for a later date. If you have questions or concerns, please email the following:

  • Volunteer Opportunities: volunteer@brit.org
  • Adult Education & Field Study Trips: Michelle at mschmidlkofer@brit.org
  • Children & Families, Homeschool, Girl Scouts, Butterflies in the Garden Special Programming: Rachel at rlincoln@brit.org

BRIT is proud to partner with the Botanical Art Collective of North Central Texas (BAC), 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, but who are interested in supporting all aspects of botanical art: its history, educational value, scientific contributions, and aesthetics. Art at BRIT hosts the BAC annual exhibition, featuring artwork by many of its members. 

BAC membership is free and open to all individuals interested in botanical art. Members are encouraged to become members of the American Society of Botanical Artists. For more information call 817-546-1844, or join the Botanical Art Collective of North Central Texas Facebook community. 

Fig Tree Canopy by Owen Curtsinger
Zinnia in Red by Suzannah Alexander