Information for Dawn Jolliffe Botanical Art Bursary recipients

recipient of the botanical art bursary

Please ensure your report contains:

(i) An explanation of the presentation of your art work

  • Type and size of materials used e.g. type of paper, whether mats used etc.
  • Framing and covering e.g. the use of acetate either under or over each display
  • Method of transportation e.g. protection by non-glare plexiglass.

(ii) Your techniques and skills

  • Watercolours - combination of washes, layering and dry-brushing, if used.
  • Acrylics, coloured inks, pencil drawings, if appropriate.

(iii) Reasons for choice of subject matter

  • Favourite flowers
  • Unusual flowers or vegetables
  • Scientific theme
  • UK woodland, flora, wildflowers, tropical flowers etc.

(iv) Summary of costs for exhibiting

  • Travel costs: air fare, train, taxi or petrol
  • Accommodation
  • Cost of display materials.

Information for recipients of photographic artwork projects

Please ensure your report contains the following information:

(i) Explanation of the presentation of your photographic work

  • Type of photographic paper used for printing and presentation
  • Framing and mounting, if applicable
  • Method of transportation and protection.

(ii) Your techniques and skills

  • Type of camera and film
  • Shutter speed used.

(iii) Reasons for choice of subject matter

  • Favourite flowers
  • Unusual flowers or vegetables
  • Scientific theme
  • UK woodland, flora, wildflowers, tropical flowers etc.

(iv) Summary of costs for exhibiting:

  • Travel costs: air fare, train, taxi or petrol
  • Accommodation
  • Cost of display materials.

Completed reports

All reports must be sent to:

The RHS Bursaries Manager, RHS Garden Wisley, Woking, Surrey GU23 6QB
Tel: 01483 479719
Email: bursaries@rhs.org.uk

 


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