This event took place on Friday 2 October 2009.
Taking advantage of one of Audrey Eagle's rare visits to Wellington, the Friends of Te Papa were thrilled for the opportunity to offer their members a chance to meet Audrey and hear her talk about her work as an award-winning botanical artist. The talk was facilitated by Claire Murdoch, Publisher Te Papa Press, who in 2006 published the artist's life work as the Montana medal-wining Eagle's Complete Trees and Shrubs of New Zealand.
Listen to the talk
Download a recording of this talk
(mp3, 56 min, 25.8 MB)
See the slides that were presented during this talk (pdf, 3.5 MB)
As the stock had just arrived, this occasion also launched Audrey Eagle Botanical Art Stationery - a selection of her beautiful and much loved paintings are available in two timeless stationery styles, a boxed set of cards and an elegant journal - the perfect gift to delight botanical art lovers and gardeners alike.
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More information about Audrey Eagle Botanical Art Stationery
Botanical art lovers and gardeners were delighted when Eagle’s Complete Trees and Shrubs of New Zealand won the Montana Medal for Non-fiction in 2007. They can now delight in some handsome stationery featuring Audrey Eagle’s beautiful paintings. A selection of this uniquely New Zealand botanical art has been reproduced as cards, and in an elegant journal.
Audrey has written a special introduction for the journal, which comes in a case and features 28 full-page colour reproductions interleaved with pages for making notes. Five paintings have been chosen to include in the box of 15 cards. The printed box itself is a collectible item.
More about Audrey Eagle Botanical Art Stationery
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