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Opening April 19, 2008, in Greater London at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew (Richmond, Surrey TW9 3AB, UK; phone 02 8332 5655, www.kew.org), the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art will be the first of its kind open to the public year-round.

Works from Sherwood’s collection of more than 200 contemporary artists, together with a selection from Kew’s 200,000 items of historical botanical art, will be on display.

Dr. Sherwood, herself a preeminent botanical artist, will have a selection of her plant illustrations on display in the Link Gallery, between the new building and the Marianne North Gallery. 

Entry with admission to Kew. £13 (near $26) adult, £12 senior. Open daily (except Dec. 24-25) 9:30-5:30.

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Opening April 19, 2008, in Greater London at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew (Richmond, Surrey TW9 3AB, UK; phone 02 8332 5655, www.kew.org), the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art will be the first of its kind open to the public year-round.

Works from Sherwood’s collection of more than 200 contemporary artists, together with a selection from Kew’s 200,000 items of historical botanical art, will be on display.

Dr. Sherwood, herself a preeminent botanical artist, will have a selection of her plant illustrations on display in the Link Gallery, between the new building and the Marianne North Gallery. 

Entry with admission to Kew. £13 (near $26) adult, £12 senior. Open daily (except Dec. 24-25) 9:30-5:30.