The importance of trees goes way beyond their mythology. The rich ecosystems within old growth forests are expansively diverse and complex. The woodlands help provide infinite habitats for creatures, support highways of connective fungal networks which transport energy, nutrients, and information through the forest floor.
The Arboretum Exhibition features original and framed work by 70 creatives from around the world. The work includes illustrations, small drawings, plein air paintings, and expressive botanical images that explore the botany of trees, natural patterns, curated spaces, mythology in the forest.
Participating Artists: Adam S Doyle, Aldy C. Aguirre, Alexxander Dovelin, Allen Panakal, Allison Carl, Allissa Chan, Alyssa Van Hulle, Amber Ma, Angela Rizza, Anita Tung, Ashley Nicole DeLeon, Benjamin Currie, Bryan Paul Patterson, Candice Broersma, Charis Loke, Chelsea Beck, Chelsea Harper, Christina Chung, Christina Rycz, ciaran, CJ Walker, Cleonique Hilsaca, Cornelia Li, Courtney Brendle, Cynthia Cheng, Ejiwa Ebenebe, Evan Kang, Gica Tam, Iris Monahan, Jackie Ferrentino, Jasmin Dreyer, Jenna Andersen, Jordan Burby, Joshua Zentner, Kayla Harren, Kira Night, Lauren Wuornos, Lee Ann Dufour, Leigh Ann Gagnon, Liam Andrew Cura, Lilian Crooks, MÄ Harel, Madeline Haynes, Madison Tessera, Micaela Dawn, Nick Nazzaro, Pat C Presley, Piya Wannachaiwong, Rafael Mayani, Reiko Murakami, Rory Carson, Sarah Jaques, Selena Picque, Shannon May, Victoria Skellan, and Wenting Li.