A group of talented Hills artists will be exhibiting their work at The Palm House in the Royal Botanic Garden later this month. Called, Nature’s Art, Flora, Fauna, Faces & Places, the exhibition will feature paintings by Cylene Whitely, Yvette Aoude, Caroline Pullinger and Maxine Collins.

The four women are members of Castle Hill Art Society and met while painting together. All paint Australian flora and fauna and have talked about holding a joint exhibition for some time.

More than 100 paintings and some drawings will be part of the exhibition at The Palm House which opens on June 17 and runs until June 28 between 10am and 4pm.

“We all have very different styles,” said Cylene. “We all paint together on Fridays and talked about putting on an exhibition. The Palm House is a lovely venue.”

Built in 1876, The Palm House is the oldest glasshouse in NSW.

Entry to the Nature’s Art exhibition is free. The artworks are for sale.

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