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Publications and Catalogues

Stark Florilegium Hunt 14th Annual ASBA/HSNYInternational Juried Botanical Art Exhibition 2011
Kent Life Museum of Garden History Landscape Magazine Country Homes

Hazel’s work features in many websites and blogs, and has also been reproduced
in the following publications and articles:

CLASSIC BOTANICALS: English Garden Favourites 35 favourite plants selected by Alexis Datta, former Head Gardener at Sissinghurst Castle Gardens. Exhibition and colour catalogue. April 1st - May 26th 2017 Stark Gallery, Canterbury, Kent.

A Sissinghurst Flora A guide to the history of Sissinghurst Castle Gardens and a tour of it’s garden ’rooms’ led by full colour plates of 30 of the most iconic plants selected by Head Gardener Troy Scott-Smith. To be published spring 2018.

The Florilegium The Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney: Celebrating 200 years. A collection of contemporary botanical paintings of plants in the living collections of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust. Published 2016 The Florilegium Society RBGS inc.

Landscape magazine. Cumberbatch F. 2013 Workshop Feature

14th Annual ASBA/HSNY International Juried Botanical Art Exhibition 2011
American Society of Botanical Artists & The Horticultural Society of New York

The Highgrove Florilegium Plate 55 Volume 1 2009
The artist's work has been selected for inclusion in the ‘Highgrove Florilegium’
Created under the aegis of the Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation to celebrate and record in a permanent way the flora in the garden at Highgrove

Hunt 12th International Catalogue James.J.White & Lugene.B.Bruno2007
Country Homes & Interiors. Marsh M. 2006. Beautiful botanics.
Journal of the Garden Museum. Exhibiting Artist. 2006
Kent Life. Crampton D. 2006. Featured artist.



"The artists have produced paintings of plants and trees grown in the Gloucestershire garden of The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. All are beautifully depicted, but some stand out....the fruit and vegetable paintings were particularly surprising...."

"Hazel West Sherring’s painting of a pear - Pyrus communis ‘Sucree de Mont Lucon' - the blush on the grainy yellowgreen skin made it look ripe and ready to eat."