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For those members whose post is delayed, or who live abroad, the latest issue of Field Bryology is now available in the Publications section of the website (https://www.britishbryologicalsociety.org.uk/publications/field-bryology). Please note that you will need to be logged in to view this issue. The 2 most recent issues are available to members only.
Sarah Hill is a member of 26, a not-for-profit organisation for writers and anyone who believes in the power of words.
Teri Bartolo is a Glasgow based, Australian artist and jeweller. She completed a BA in Fine Arts in Sculpture at RMIT University in 2017 followed by a Diploma of Jewellery and Object Design at Melbourne Polytechnic in 2019.
Calling all artists – professional or amateur, adult or child. After the photography competition, to continue the theme of celebrating the BBS Centenary with images, it has been decided to host an art gallery on the BBS website. We would love to receive pictures of your work, with or without explanatory text, to post on […]
I originally qualified as an architect and, based on Skye, have been exploring our evolving cultural engagement with the land and the natural world. My work is informed by scientific, archeological and cultural knowledge and I seek to highlight these deep roots, to make work of contemporary relevance and importance. Through exploring the relationship between […]
The winners of the 2023 Photo Competition were announced at the AGM and images are shown here. All of these and a selection of other images are featured in a 2024 Calendar which is available to purchase below. Thank you to everyone who supported the competition by entering images and voting.
Sara Philpott is an artist from mid Wales who likes to draw her inspiration from the natural world. You can see more of her work on her website at Saraphilpott.com.
Noelle Griffiths and Kim Atkinson are collaborative artists who live in North Wales and have been working on an art project inspired by the Celtic rainforest. Their work will be on display at the MOMA Machynlleth Art Gallery later this year (see https://www.britishbryologicalsociety.org.uk/event/machynlleth-moss-garden/)
Alison Cutts is a botanical and natural sciences illustrator based in Scotland. You can read more about her background and work on her website at https://www.alisoncutts.com/, and will be able to see more of her work in the forthcoming second edition of the BBS Field Guide!