Lan Su Chinese Garden sheds the cold and gray of winter to “drink in the fragrance” of spring with plants, flowers and everything blooming!
Celebrate spring's early arrival this year with the blooms and fragrances of Lan Su Chinese Garden. Lan Su's plant collection is filled with more than ninety specimen trees, rare and unusual shrubs and perennials, and signature magnolia, orchid and camellia collections. Lan Su in Bloom is an in-depth look at plants with Lan Su's horticulture staff and garden experts. Take in the sights and scents of special floral arranging demonstrations, guided garden plant tours and talk from plant and garden experts. In addition, visitors will be able to tour Lan Su on their own with special plants guides for the plants in bloom.
March 1 - May 30, 2017
Lan Su in Bloom, a botanical art exhibition inspired by the beauty of Lan Su, highlights the unique plant collection at Lan Su Chinese Garden. Rich in history and culture, the majority of Lan Su's plants are native to China and have been used in Chinese gardens for centuries. Lan Su in Bloom Botanical Art Exhibition features a juried selection of contemporary botanical art by artists living or working in Oregon or Washington. See a list participating jurors here (108 KB) »
Aislinn Adams • Jane Levy Campbell • Joan Provo-Clinkston • Alice Debo • Jeanne Debons • Rene Eisenbart • Maria Cecilia Freeman • Dorota Haber-Lehigh • Tina Lange • Carol Mason • Deborah Montgomerie • Janet Parker • Carol Putnam • Lisa Sharafian • Laura Shea • Nora Sherwood • Zebith Thalden • Janene Walkky • Andrea Woods
Oregon Botanical Artists • The Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, Oregon Chapter • Pacific Northwest Botanical Artists
Lan Su invites donors at the $250 and higher level to the opening reception for the Lan Su in Bloom Botanical Art Exhibition on Wednesday, March 1 from 5 - 7 p.m. For more information and to RSVP, contact Vanessa Abahashemi, Director of Philanthropy at 503.288.8131 ext. 1026 or email@example.com.
The Botanical Drawing Exhibition is funded in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council and Work for Art