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Holly Somerville is a Dublin-born botanical artist specialising in watercolour paintings, botanical illustration & artwork to commission. High quality cards of her watercolours are for sale on her shop page. Holly Somerville is a Dublin-born artist specialising in botanical watercolours. She has an MA in Botany from Somerville College, Oxford and a BA in Illustration from Edinburgh College of...
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Illustrator Alison Schroeer of Schroeer Scientific Illustration creates botanical illustration artwork on commission. This artist produces plant illustration artwork including floral art and drawings and paintings of natural science specimens. This is the homepage. At Schroeer Scientific Illustration, biological illustrator and founder Alison Schroeer creates realistic botanical illustrations,...
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Art,botanical garden flowers,watercolor illustrations, farmhouse painted furniture, custom made painted home decor garden gifts,nature art by Laurie Rohner. Nature art, gardens filled with flowers blooming, sun filters down through the ancient woodland trees, birds chirp without a care, the...
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Botanical Arts Press is about foraging for wild food, celebrating wild edibles, wild food cooking, the kitchen arts, & educational botanical art. Celebrates our local bounty and traditional foodways. The book features beautiful, instructive botanical illustrations and delicious, enlightening...
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Wide selection of genuine antique prints and illustrations by the most sought-after artists, with competitive prices and personal, attentive service. We offer a wide selection in the following categories: We maintain a very nice selection of children's prints by Beatrix Potter, Edmund Dulac,...
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Welcome to Rogers Trees and Shrubs, the perfect reference tool to learn about and identify trees and shrubs around the world. The site features over 500 species and 9,000 illustrations of trees, both hardy and tender, carefully compiled by authors and botanists Roger Phillips and Martyn Rix. A broad spectrum of plant types are featured including: Pines, Prunus, Oaks, Eucalyptus, Magnolia, Acer,...
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D-Lib Magazine is an electronic publication with a focus on digital library research and development, including new technologies, applications, and contextual social and economic issues. Featured Collection: The Science Collection, a collection of research and teaching materials created by University of Wisconsin faculty and staff, including botanical photos, chemical education materials, plant...
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Jeanne currently holds botanical illustration courses from her studio in Bend, OR. She also runs courses offered at Central Oregon Community College and at other locations upon invitation. See Calendar for class dates and times. To register or find out more information Contact me by phone or email. The beauty and detail that are discovered in the process of painting every botanical specimen...
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Among the numerous permanent collections with woodcuts by Hnizdovsky are: The Addison Gallery of American Art, Burnaby Art Gallery, Butler Institute of American Art, Chrysler Museum, Cleveland Museum of Fine Arts, Davison Art Center, Duke University Museum of Art, Dulin Gallery of Art, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Lauren Rogers Museum...
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Wendy Hollender, botanical artist, illustrator, her techniques for botanical art instruction, art supplies, original botanical art and illustrations. November 20, 2015 by ArtPlantae The meditative and relaxing effects of observing and drawing nature have long been known. Making it a part of your life practice, however, has always been a challenge and it seems to get worse with every...
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Watercolor.net provides resources, a gallery, and blog news in regard to Watercolor-Watermedia painting and exhibitions. Categories: The Tate exhibition is organized into eight categories. It starts off with a look at what is called The Natural World, exploring early botanical illustrations rendered in the aqueous media. Then comes work organized under the term Intimate Knowledge. Travel and...
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Food illustration, fruit illustration & botanical illustration by packaging illustrator, Douglas Schneider, including fruit, vegetables, herbs & spices. If you are looking for an alternative to the typical slick digital food illustration being used lately, why not look to the past? With over twenty-five years of experience Douglas Schneider combines the traditional techniques of watercolor and...
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Botanical illustration by J R Shepherd. The art and science of plant illustration, painting and drawing. I am a full time, practicing botanical painter who travels the globe for the best specimens for my detailed illustrations. I am constantly adopting new approaches in all of my botanical artwork to push the capacity for botanical illustration to bring greater awareness of the plant world,...
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Gina Mikel, Artist & Illustrator. Portfolio includes illustrations of insects, botanicals, birds, and other natural science and wildlife topics. Also provids information about the field of scientific illustration. Along with a bit of a facelift for the website, I've recently added photography of animals and botanicals. As with the illustrations, please email me for terms of use of the...
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For botanical art that you can be proud to hang in your home, order now! Botanical illustration as a genre of art dates all the way back to the 15th century. It was first found in a book that described medicinal uses of plants and offered illustrations of flowers as visuals. Hundreds of years later, the worldwide passion for botanical art remains. I have a passion and dedication for applying my...
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By Brendan Sayers Illustrations in this article paintings are reproduced from Curtis’s Botanical Magazine vol. 32, part 1 (2015). We are most grateful …. After the highly successful Aibítir exhibitions held in 2014 at the National Botanic Gardens, The Derry Playhouse and the Belfast Waterfront Hall, …. The ISBA AGM took place on Saturday the 5th March in the Auditorium of the National Botanical...
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