Discover new art in the Garden, and the garden in art

Naturally inspired art of every kind is on display in the Guren Art Gallery

As intimate as it is inspiring, the Garden’s 2nd floor Guren Art Gallery features regularly changing works by local and national artists in many media. The only common link from exhibit to exhibit is artistic inspiration taken from the botanical and natural worlds. Painting, photography, and occasionally sculpture and nontraditional media forms and even student work, have all been on display here over the years.

Now exhibiting:

Trees, Trees, Trees! Exhibit


Trees, Trees, Trees! by various artists

February 11 - March 11
Guren Gallery

Free with admission

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is proud to present its satellite show, Trees, Trees, Trees! which will be held at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens beginning on February 11th. The exhibition is a delightful sampling of pieces from the Archives’ permanent collection and loaned work from select Member and Archived Artists. Trees, Trees, Trees features images of arboreal splendor ranging in representation from delicate and traditional to bold and modern.

Regional artists displayed in the show include Archived Artists Lawrence Baker, June Bonner, Lee Heinen, Robert Jergens, Adele Marihatt and Stuart Pearl as well as contributions by Member Artist Christine Ries.