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Exotic flowers, forest ecosystems and botanical illustration

New York Botanical Garden
The New York Botanical Garden is home to one of the longest-running botanical art certificate programs in the country. View their… 426 more words

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Project Update!

After spending my time drawing a variety of plants and looking into artists such as Catherine Lewis, print design company Lilly Pulitzer, and Aaron Apsley a botanical watercolour artist. 69 more words


Self Initiated Project Proposal

For my first third year project I have created my project to focus around botanical illustration combined with surface design. I want to explore the ideas surrounding traditional botanical illustrations as well as modern surface design, pull similarities from the two and combine these ideas to create some kind of surface pattern. 30 more words


Postcards from Perth (Part 2)

I caught up with my friend Laura, set designer and illustrator (see her beautiful hand painted stationary here) during my stay in Perth. Laura’s illustrations recently feature botanical motifs so I invited her to come along with me to view some of the earliest illustrations of native flora in Kings Park held at the State Library. 576 more words


The Corpse Flower Opens - and Stinks!

Many flowers use insects to transfer pollen from one plant to another. Some flowers attract bees or butterflies. The corpse flower, though, uses carrion beetles and flesh flies. 346 more words


The Corpse Flower, a Botanical Marvel

It’s rare to see a corpse flower bloom. If you ever have the opportunity, take it… especially if you get to visit Sumatra. Lucky for me, a corpse flower ( 190 more words


BAGSC Exhibition "Cornucopia" to Open at the San Diego Botanic Garden

by Deb Shaw

Cornucopia, a botanical art exhibition of all things edible by the Botanical Artists Guild of Southern California (BAGSC) will open Friday, September 23… 215 more words

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