Events & Publications


April 8, 2018

Exhibition at the Auckland Botanical Gardens Auckland

Some photos from the opening of the botanical art exhibition at the Auckland Botanical Gardens 7th April 2018 Read more...


April 7, 2018

Dactylanthus Taylorii

Dactylanthus taylorii or Flower of Hades as reflected in the Maori name "pua o te reinga,"
meaning 'flower of the underworld'
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April 5, 2018

Tacca Chantrieri Seeds

The illustration of the Tacca Chantrieri Read more...


April 5, 2018

Tacca Chantieri Flowers

Painting of Tacca flowers will be exhibited at the Sydney Botanica Art exhibition Read more...


December 3, 2017

Scarves designed by Sue Wickison Video released

Video and acknowledgement to the crew Read more...


November 29, 2017

Ravenala Madagascariensis

Ravenala madagascariensis was first shown in 2013 at Sue’s joint show with Sue J Williams ” Black and White in Colour” at Kew Gardens, London. Read more...


July 30, 2016

Alloxylon Flammeum

Alloxylon Flammeum Original donated to the Sydney Florilegium Collection Read more...


May 12, 2014

The Joyce Cuming Presentation Award

Prize winners at the Society of Botanical Artist's Annual Exhibition 2014. A legacy from Joyce Cuming – a sterling silver Almoner’s plate.
Winner - Sue Wickison BA (Hons) SBA GM CBM 2010 for Arisarum Proboscideum Read more...


November 19, 2013

'Black and White in Colour' at Kew Gardens - a review

The theme is one of opposites and contrasts, the aim to show the variations in colour within an apparently restricted palette. The contrasts include the scale of their paintings and the variety of their subject matter – with plants from the northern and southern hemispheres, exotic and familiar, critically endangered to popular and wide-spread species. Read more...


October 12, 2013

2013 Exhibition at the Shirley Sherwood Gallery , Royal Botanic, Gardens Kew

Exhibition 'Black and White In Colour' at the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art at Kew Royal Botanical Gardens, London, UK, will explore the subtleties of the great range of “black” and “white” in the plant world. Sue has paintings in both the Shirley Sherwood and Isaac Sutton Collections. Read more...


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