Olive Pink Botanic Garden ~ Snapshots from the Northern Territory

Established by Miss Olive Muriel Pink (1884-1975) and founded in 1956 as the Australian arid regions flora reserve, this botanic garden has established a reputation for some amazing “art in the park”.

From strange, weird and wonderful to out there, in-your-face, introspective and personal, the works by visiting artists and local artists showcases the breadth of talent in the art community.

Following are some works, captured by us over the years, with some having become permanent displays.

Locusts, Cute, But! - Artist Clancy McLeod (burnt powerline cable)
Locusts, Cute, But! – Artist Clancy McLeod (burnt powerline cable)

Snapshots from the Northern TerritorySnapshots: Alice Springs Beanie Festival Snapshots: Alice Springs Desert Park Snapshots: The Art of Alice Springs Snapshots: Art in the Botanic Garden Snapshots: Birds of a Feather Snapshots: Birds of a feather flock together Snapshots: Ilparpa Claypans Snapshots: Olive Pink Botanic Garden