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"Broken: Horse-Riding Textiles" explores select designs and styles of horse-related textiles from around the world.
Experience the beauty of ancient natural objects used for contemplation and as a reminder of our connection to the natural world.
Feder’s skills of observation illuminate a landscape that is familiar yet easily overlooked.
Escape the cold of winter and be transported to a tropical floral wonderland in the Gardens Orangery and Marnie's Pavilion.
This juried exhibition features students’ best work from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration.
Emerging artist Ian Fisher reveals the sublime and timeless through the forms of clouds.
Without using either camera or lens, Buelteman’s photographs improvise with light.
View gorgeous and historic glass lantern slides from the Gardens’ own archival collections.
Members of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators are featured in this premier juried exhibition celebrating plants and their pollinators.
Charles Counter explores how we construct the idea of nature through observation and memory.
Ana Maria Hernando’s paintings are inspired by the complex beauty of flowers, the powerful women of her family, and the understated contributions of women’s work.
Explore the development of botanical science through 15th century European herbal books.
Boulder-based artist Robert Spellman takes inspiration from nature, using color and texture to create isolated, ethereal images of beetles and flowers that feel simultaneously scientific and mystic.
Noted British botanical artist Ann Swan juries an exhibition of exquisite works on paper from the Denver Botanic Gardens School of Botanical Art and Illustration.
Of Japanese descent, Kasahara uses the lightness of kitsch and humor to explore the heavy topics of stereotypes and personal identity.
Nagakura expands the Japanese tradition of bamboo baskets, moving beyond the functional into the realm of abstract sculptural forms.
Experience the breathtaking beauty of William Corey’s photography.
A true color virtuoso, Trine Bumiller pulls from the resources of nature to investigate geometry, patterning and chance.
This group exhibition tackled fundamental questions about the nature of being indigenous in a contemporary world.
Will Wilson (Diné) addresses the relationship between a post-apocalyptic Diné man and the beautiful, but toxic environment he inhabits.
Truman Lowe (Ho-Chunk) seeks to understand his natural surroundings through site-specific sculpture.
Inspired by the plants in the Gardens, Dinè artist Melanie Yazzie creates new work evoking the memories of her many-worlds traveled.
An exhibition showcasing artist Riva Sweetrocket’s exquisitely detailed and luminous pastel work.
Inspired by the palette and toolbox of nature, Regina Benson’s wall hangings and textile sculptures boast surface designs achieved through natural processes.
Contemporary artists respond to the ideas, forms and themes of Henry Moore’s artwork.
An exhibition showcasing Duesberry’s modernist brushstrokes in color-rich, plein-air landscape paintings.
The Gardens celebrated 50 years at its York Street location with an exploration of the historical contributions of its designers.
A group art exhibition celebrated and interpreted the Gardens’ unique architectural features in a variety of media.
The Denver Botanic Gardens School of Botanical Art and Illustration presents an exhibition of gorgeous botanical works on paper.
A commentary on humankind’s relationship with nature, featuring the intersection between botanical resources and digital technology.
Juried by Simon Zalkind and Ivar Zeile, this exhibition asks contemporary artists to interpret the concepts, problems and issues of ultimate finality.
Organized by the Rocky Mountain Society of Botanical Artists, RARE introduces the public to rare and endangered Colorado plant species.
Scientific illustrator Marjorie Leggitt transforms the mysterious forms of fossils into elegant calligraphic shapes.
Flourish celebrates 50 years at Denver Botanic Gardens’ York Street location with original botanical artworks.
John Bonath’s luscious botanical imagery of real and fake flowers blurs the line between reality and imagination.
Synthesis offered an extraordinary view into an artistʼs perception of nature and the built environment.
Darrell Anderson captures the unstoppable spirit of music and the arts complemented by the pulse of the city.
Enjoy indoor waterfalls, the Orangery and the orchid display in Marnie's Pavilion. See highlights of what's blooming inside and outside at the Gardens during October.
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