Flowers in Art


May 1 - May 26th

From Roman times Spring has been a popular subject for artists. During the Renaissance, Botticelli painted a famous painting of the rites of Spring called “Primavera,” depicting the goddess Flora spreading flowers around the world. Artists have explored the plants and flowers and colors that signify a dramatic change of season and give hope for a new future.

As part of their annual Flowers in Art show Nichols Galleries presents an exhibition of paintings, photographs and prints that explore the renewal of the natural world around us during the season of Spring.

Exhibiting Artists include: Robert Lewellyn, Richard Crozier, John Murray, Frederick Nichols, Tom Tartaglino and others.