Artscape & The Artists' Garden
2015 Artscape – The Dallas Arboretum's Annual Fine Art Show and Sale
Friday, April 24 | Members-only Preview event
Saturday, April 25 and Sunday, April 26 | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. | Open to the Public
The beauty of art meets the beauty of nature at the Arboretum’s annual fine art and fine craft show and sale in the garden. This three-day juried art fair features artists from around the country, artist demonstrations, entertainment, food and fun for all ages. Don’t miss your chance to see and buy from your favorite artists amid one of the most beautiful display gardens in the nation.
Refer a Friend Artist Program
Many of you have been dedicated participants in ArtScape and we couldn't be happier about this. The goal of this program is to continue to make ArtScape a show of the highest caliber, and as a thank you for referring great artists, we will give you a discount on your booth fee.
Here is how the program works:
- You must have juried into and attended a previous ArtScape show.
- You refer an artist whose work is of or about nature and who has not previously applied to the show.
- When the new artist applies, they must include the certificate below with your name listed as the referring artist. If this is not included with their application we will not give you credit for referring the artist.
- If both of you jury into and attend the show, you (the referring artist) will receive a $100 discount off your booth fee.
For additional information or to be added to the mailing list, please email email@example.com.
What Artists are Saying
“The member preview was genius. I had paintings flying off the walls, and the traffic was huge that night.” – Nancy Medina
“Overall, it was a wonderful show. The people who came, came to buy. We loved it!” – Cathy Crain
The Artists' Garden
Irby Pace, 2014 Artist-in-Residence
This November Arboretum Artist-in-Residence, Irby Pace, shares his photographic vision of the gardens. His photographs will be on display in the Rosine Hall Gallery November 3 - December 5. During the summer months, Irby worked in the garden transforming unique garden spaces into works of art. Through his photographs he will share his experience at the Arboretum and invite guests to view the garden through a new lens.
On Saturday, November 8, join Irby for an opportunity to view the beloved gardens from a new perspective. He will offer two very different workshops where he will share his experience working at the Arboretum during the residency and give a glimpse into his different processes. In the workshop “Photographing in Nature” Irby will combine lecture and field work to share some of the basics of shooting outdoors. He will cover site selection, basic camera information and techniques as well as when and where to shoot to create the best photographs. This class is aimed at beginning photographers. Following class, join us for a reception to celebrate the opening of Irby’s exhibit. The reception, which takes place between 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., is free with General Garden Admission. After the reception, Irby will lead another workshop on Polaroid transfers. This alternative method of processing Polaroid photos offers a unique and artistic way to transform your photos in to works of art.
For more details on his workshops, or to register, please visit our photography classes and visit “The Artists’ Garden – A Digital Perspective”.
Artist Statement:The floating phenomenons in my photographs fill the void of the urban and natural landscapes. I alter the real physical space with real floating colorful clouds of smoke and allow nature to dictate the shape and duration. This allows me to capture the momentary glimpse of the vacant space. By using crude and readily available resources, I am experimenting with the tension of upward or outward movement against the downward force of gravity, creating the illusion of gravity defiance.
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Alison Jardine, Painting
Erika Jaeggli, Mixed Media