Arte de Nuestra Flora opens in Costa Rica

Costa Rica's Botanical Art Worldwide exhibition opened in the Museo Calderón Guardia, San José on Monday. Organized by the University of Costa Rica and Lankester Botanical Garden, the project brought together students, artists, professors and scientists. We have a few preview photographs kindly provided by Tatiana Munoz Brenes. The Costa Rica team will be posting more photos up within the next few days! Congratulations to all in Costa Rica!

  Museo Calderón Guardia, San José, with exhibition banners.

Museo Calderón Guardia, San José, with exhibition banners.

  Opening comments by Mario Blanco, Lankester Botanical Garden Director. Looking on from left: Tatiana Muñoz Brenes, Exhibition Manager, Daniel Briceño, Head of University of Costa Rica Biology School, three steering committee members, Prof. Eric Hidalgo, Head of Fine Arts School, Sylvia Strigari, botanical artist, and Jorge Warner, Lancaster Botanical Garden Head of Horticulture, and Luis Nuñez, Museo Calderon Guardia Director.

Opening comments by Mario Blanco, Lankester Botanical Garden Director. Looking on from left: Tatiana Muñoz Brenes, Exhibition Manager, Daniel Briceño, Head of University of Costa Rica Biology School, three steering committee members, Prof. Eric Hidalgo, Head of Fine Arts School, Sylvia Strigari, botanical artist, and Jorge Warner, Lancaster Botanical Garden Head of Horticulture, and Luis Nuñez, Museo Calderon Guardia Director.

  Photos courtesy Tatiana Munoz Brenes, University of Costa Rica.

Photos courtesy Tatiana Munoz Brenes, University of Costa Rica.