Fruition - Tropical Botanical Art Exhibition

Pompano Beach Cultural Center
Oct 14 - Jan 03

Tropical Botanic Artists presents


This exhibition of original botanical art focuses on the intriguing variety of fruits, nuts, and seeds produced by South Florida’s abundant native plant species. Plant subjects range from wildflowers and weeds to decorative shrubs and stately trees.

The Fruition exhibition, developed in collaboration with Biscayne National Park reflects the Tropical Botanic Artists’ support of the Park’s mission to educate the public about the beauty and diversity of Florida’s native plants.


Artists with works in the Fruition exhibition are Margie Bauer, Beverly Borland, Kristi Bettendorf, Susan Cumins, Jeanie Duck, Pauline A. Goldsmith, Leo Hernandez, Donna Torres, and Jedda Wong. All are longtime residents of Miami-Dade County.

The Tropical Botanic Artists collective was established in Miami, Florida, in 2006 to highlight the beauty of tropical plants through art. Its members come from all walks of life and each brings a unique viewpoint to his or her work. They share a love of the natural world and that fascination is reflected in their art.

This collection will be placed at Pompano Beach Cultural Center (1st/2nd floor Hallways).

The Opening Reception will be held October 14th from 6pm - 8pm, click here to register.

Fruition - Tropical Botanical Art Exhibition