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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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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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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...
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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...
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Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation promotes the history of botany through its collections, research, exhibitions, publications, and services. Hunt Institute specializes in the history of botany and all aspects of plant science and serves the international scientific community through...
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Botanical Artist. Contemporary botanical art, signed limited edition prints by an internationally recognized artist. Teaching workshops. Art Courses Classes. Botanical art discussion. We saw our dream house for sale in November 2007 with a delicious location in the heart of Chianti overlooking Siena, Monteriggione and San Gimmiano.  We signed the preliminary contract in May 2008, moved in...
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Public Domain High Resolution Images – 300 dpi images for products. “Imagine yourselves, my dear readers, seated on a wild winter night in a Silesian hut in the Riesengebirge, several thousand feet higher than the surrounding valleys, with snow, fathoms deep, everywhere. The wild storm rages through the desolate mountains. Within, however, everything is warm and comfortable, and as the matrons...
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Welcome to the website of Mary L. Harden, artist and educator. You'll find information about Botanical Illustration and Art courses, upcoming exhibits, and events. All images on this site are original artwork by Mary L. Harden unless otherwise noted.4/05/1. Welcome to the website of Mary L. Harden, artist and educator. You'll find information about Botanical Illustration and Art courses,...
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Old Book Illustrations offers a wide range of public domain, royalty-free images scanned from old books. Searchable galleries include animals, plants, techniques, artists names, books titles, and much more... Find illustrations by the title of the book or periodical in which they were published: Æsop's fables, Punch, L'Illustration... Choose the type of illustrations you want to see: animals or...
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Daleen Roodt was born on the 28th of July 1986 in Pretoria, South Africa, where she grew up in the Northern suburbs. Mostly self-taught, her art is a passion she has always pursued. From a very young age she also realised her love for musical instruments and languages, which became equally important passions complimenting her art. After one year of studying fine arts, Daleen did a degree in BA...
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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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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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Paula is pleased to offer limited edition prints of her Pacific Northwest botanicals. The originals are in watercolor with pen & ink. These exquisitely detailed illustrations are printed on 100% acid free paper and are suitable for mounting in standard 11″ x 14″, 10″ x 20″, 16″ x 20″, 18″ x 24″, 20″ x 24″, and 22″ x 28″ frames. Each is signed and numbered and is accompanied by a certificate of...
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I begin by finding a flower or plant that catches my eye. After studying it and drawing sketches of it from different angles, I draw out the composition in graphite. Once satisfied with the drawing, I transfer it to watercolor paper. Then begins the slow work of building depth and color with layers of “tea washes”. A “tea wash” is a layer of water with a light amount of pigment in it. These...
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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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"Goldback Fern" is a newly created watercolor with pen and ink illustration of the west coast fern, Pentagramma triangularis. This is one of the first uncommon ferns that Linda encountered. It grows on rocky outcrops, and is a wonderful addition to any shady rock garden. The name referns to the silvery or gold backs of the frond. This coloration comes from a waxy material that surrounds the...
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