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Above: Artist John Dyer painting in the rainforest of Borneo with endangered orangutans.

John Dyer's Garden and Ethno-botanical paintings go on exhibition with the National Trust

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John Dyer's Garden and Ethno-botanical paintings go on exhibition with the National Trust

The National Trust at Trelissick Gardens near Truro in Cornwall dedicated a six week slot and exhibition space to showcase the art of John Dyer.

This important public exhibition of John's work brings together paintings from the gardens of im Wilde and Alan Titchmarsh alongside works of the Eden project and majot global harvests from around the world including the rice harvest, the potato harvest and the banana harvest.

A series of education workshops are being run to inspire children to connect with the natural world. these workshops have been supported by the educational team at the National trust alongside the horticulture team and the artsit John Dyer.

"It is absoutely brilliant that the National Trust have dedicatd their space, time and resources to this exhibition. I believe it sends an importnat message about biodiversity and caring for our planet." John Dyer.