During the past 12 years, there have been 30 exhibitions of Ewan’s tree drawings and his pictures have been included in a further 12 exhibitions. Major exhibitions have included:
- “The Spirit of Trees”, the Royal Horticultural Society, Wisley
- Trees of the Waterside, the River and Rowing Museum, Henley on Thames
- Trees of Yellow Springs, Ohio, USA
- Heritage Trees, National Memorial Arboretum, near Lichfield
- Galilee Chapel, Durham Cathedral: featured the 12 Heritage Trees of the RGB, Kew
- Undercroft, Durham Cathedral: included Veteran Trees of Durham, the Kaki trees which survived the Nagasaki atomic bomb and the trees of Gainsborough’s House garden
- Nature in Art Gallery and Museum when Ewan was Artist in Residence in 2015, 2016 and 2017
- “Trees and climatic change” at Cafe on the Green, Durham World Heritage Site.
Regular exhibitions have been held at the Durham Botanic Garden, the Oxford Arts Weeks and Cafe on the Green, Durham.
Two exhibitions which included Ewan’s drawings were held in Glen Helen and Yellow Springs, Ohio in early 2014. At both exhibitions, Ewan’s drawings were awarded first prize.
At present, Ewan is working on the following tree drawing projects:
- Gainsborough’s House garden;
- The Live Oaks of Georgia;
- Veteran Trees of Durham for the Durham Wildlife Trust;
- The Museum Gardens, York, for a book for the Yorkshire Philosophical Society;
- The Sidmouth Arboretum;
- The Helmingham and Debenham Benefice, Suffolk; and
- St Edmund Hall, Oxford.
Ewan’s drawings are in the collections of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, St Edmund Hall, Oxford, Dulwich College, the Spire Hospital, Washington and Yellow Springs Arts Center, Ohio. His pictures are also in several private collections.
Ewan’s main concern is with exhibitions and he is happy to mount exhibitions of his own drawings or contribute to exhibitions on trees or natural history in general. Please contact him to find out more.