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Art at the Garden

Yuri Ozaki

Heritage Hall

Mid-October – December 2019

Yuri Ozaki grew up in a small town in Mie Prefecture on the Kii Peninsula of Japan. The area is known for its unique wet climate and mystical history. This area features UNESCO World Heritage registered sacred sites and pilgrimage routes. The beauty and mystery of her home region would later influence her work.

Her primary medium is watercolor, but she also utilizes other media such as charcoal, acrylic and oil. Her subject matters are still life, landscape, cityscape, portrait, figure etc., but her current interest is merging abstraction with realism.

Her work has been juried into many watercolor societies’ national and international shows since 2010, and garnered numerous awards. She is a signature member of the Watercolor Society of Alabama and North East Watercolor Society.


Herb Lewis

Carriage House Gallery

Herb LewisHerb Lewis, a retired engineer, has a passion for gardening and birding and a joy for sharing his knowledge and experiences.  Herb shares his success and techniques for attracting birds through presentations, workshops and training events.  His birding interest has expanded into the establishment of the Lewis Birding Trail at the Huntsville Botanical Garden.  These birds were photographed at the Garden.

This art is available for purchase with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Garden.

Information available in the Shoppe at the Garden


Wade Wharton

Throughout the Garden

Wade WhartonWade was born in Tyronza, Arkansas, and lived in Huntsville, Alabama, for roughly 40 years. He was a member of the Huntsville Art League and the Arts Council, Inc. He was also a founding member of the Huntsville Fern Society at the Garden. Wade was an incredible volunteer and, though he is no longer with us, his artwork is located throughout the Garden to remind everyone how creative and beautiful the world truly can be. Wade had the undeniable ability to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary and the Garden was very lucky to have several of his late works donated. We display them with an immense sense of pride.

 


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