Current Exhibits

Monthly Art Exhibits presented by 


"Cosas Diversas/Diverse Things" - Nature, Animal, and Memphis area photography by Bruce McGee
February 1 - 28

Bruce is a frequent visitor to Memphis Botanic Gardens when he is not traveling around the world or working as an IT analyst.  He has visited 16 countries with and speaks several languages.  His beautiful photographs display his appreciation for the diversity in natural and human world.  “For me, photography is a way to capture and share a specific moment in time that I have personally appreciated or just discovered.

The artist reception for Bruce McGee will be on Saturday, February 2, from 2-4 p.m.


Looking Up - A Point of View - Fred Rawlinson's Atelier
February 1 - February 28


Vantage point is a position or stand-point from which something is viewed or considered...a point of view. Perspective is all about relativity; when you pull back and look at the larger picture and take a different view, maybe things aren’t so bad, or maybe there’s a solution where it seemed like there wasn’t before. In this exhibition, artists were challenged to cast aside the traditional “street scene” composition and change their point of look up. Artists can use the principles of perspective to create their own perception of the world around them. They have the power of illusion, the ability to make the viewer see what they want them to see.


The Fratelli's Cafe Gallery monthly art exhibits are on display in Fratelli's Cafe Gallery during cafe hours. Monday - Saturday 11:00 am - 2:00 pm. We love for you to stop in and have a look even if you are not dining at the cafe! If you want to give the artist feedback don't hesitate to find the art event posting on Memphis Botanic Garden's Facebook page and post your comment. We are happy to connect you with the artist and pass your feedback along. Enjoy!

All exhibited pieces are available for purchase, with a portion of proceeds directly benefiting the garden's art, education and horticulture programs. 


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