by Deborah Shaw
Akiko Enokido with her painting at the Hunt opening. Photo by DB Shaw.
Akiko Enokido had her watercolor, Camellia japonica ‘Kramer’s Supreme’ accepted at the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation for the 13th International Exhibition of Botanical Art & Illustration. The opening was in conjunction with the ASBA 2010 conference, attended by the following BAGSC members: Akiko Enokido, Olga Eysymontt, Clara Josephs, Tania Norris, Pat Mark, Janice Sharp, and Deborah Shaw.
Akiko also had a piece exhibited in the Thirteenth Annual International Juried Botanical Art Exhibition by the ASBA and The Horticultural Society of New York, her watercolor of Chorisia speciosa, Floss Silk Tree.
Additionally, Akiko presented her portfolio at the ASBA conference portfolio presentation.
Akiko Enokido and Rose Pellicano at the ASBA Portfolio Presentation. Photo by Clara Josephs.
Deborah Shaw, Janice Sharp, Akiko Enokido about to go into the Hunt opening. Photo by Clara Josephs.
Akiko Enokido talking with Lugene Bruno at the well-attended opening. Photo by Clara Josephs.