- An exhibition of more than 70 botanical watercolors from Curtis' Botanical Magazine, one of the oldest horticultural publications in the world, is on view at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History through April 30.

Featuring works that have rarely been seen by the general public, the exhibition, which began touring the United States in 1988, was organized by England's Royal Botanic Gardens.- Some 120 works from the American folk art collection of the Shelburne Museum in Vermont are on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art through April 30.

-) The first showing in this country of an exhibition, "Imperial Enamels: Chinese Cloisonne from the Collection of Pierre Uldry," will be at the Asia Society Galleries in New York Feb. 16-May 14.

A selection of more than 70 examples of cloisonne, from the early 15th through the 19th century, has been made for the exhibition from Dr. Uldry's collection in Zurich, Switzerland.