uncommon or garden

Filed under exhibits I wish I could see:
Uncommon or Garden draws together a group of artists who approach the natural world obliquely. These artists capture the theatre of nature as it teems with life and growth, death and decay. The endless cycle of flourishing and decomposing is observed as the artists visualise the passage of time ... the exhibition examines ideas of change, statis and fleeting moments of beauty.
Curated by Beth Smith and Katya de Grunwald. On view at the Observer Building in Hastings through June 6th. 

The mention of floral installations that bloom and decay through the length of the exhibition caught my imagination.

From top, works by:
Katya de Grunwald
Kitty Jenkins
Balthasar Van Der Ast