John has had his work selected for the American Society of Botanical Artists/Wave Hill 23rd Annual International Exhibition. The exhibition will open at Wave Hill in early September and remain on view through December 6, 2020.
ASBA’s Annual International returns to Wave Hill in September 2020. Wave Hill, a spectacular public garden and cultural center overlooking the Hudson River and Palisades, has evolved as a unique urban oasis and vital community resource. Through innovative programs in horticulture, education and the arts, Wave Hill connects people to nature in meaningful and lasting ways. The selection jury for our 23rd Annual International consisted of Ken Druse, Karen Kluglein, and Eileen Jeng Lynch, who chose 46 artworks from a field of 178 entries.
Although we’ve all seen much disruption and uncertainty in scheduling recently, ASBA and Wave Hill are currently hopeful about mounting the 23rd Annual, and are looking into contingency planning and programming. We will maintain flexibility to respond to whatever situation we find ourselves in at that time, always putting first priority on the health of our members, Wave Hill and ASBA staff, and visitors.
Artists selected are from the US, Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, Russia, the Netherlands, and the UK, and thirteen of these have never before been included in an ASBA international exhibition. Those with work accepted are: Seongweon Ahn, Claudia Campazzo, Mary Crabtree, Jessica Daigle, Charity Dakin, Monika deVries Gohlke, Jean Emmons, Ingrid Finnan, Jane Fisher, Pat Giancontieri, Elaine Goldstone, Heather Gross, Gaye Grossman, Olga Gudzera, Jane Hancock, Andreas Hentrich, Asuka Hishiki, Wendy Hollender, Patricia Luppino, Lucy Martin, Tammy McEntee, Inma Medina, Robin Moore, Terri Munroe, Keiko Nibu Tarver, John Pastoriza-Piñol, Sally Petru, Sengmany Phommachakr, Cristine Piane, Debra Pinciotti, Verena Redmann, Jeanne Reiner, Cynthia Rice, Betsy Rogers-Knox, Olga Ryabtsova, Lizzie Sanders, Connie Scanlon, Kathy Schermer-Gramm, Meryl Sheetz, Liz Shippam, Susan Tomlinson, Yuan Yuan Wang, Esmée Winkel, Carol Woodin, Kiyomi Yamamoto, and Natalia Zueva.