Monthly Archives: June 2011

Studio Visits

Visiting artists studios provides me with the opportunity to see the mind of the artist at work. Viewing botanical art specimens composed or scattered on the artists tables pulls me into their world of aesthetic choices. Touring their carefully planted … Continue reading

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Botanical Prints

Recently I visited the studio of Monika de Vries Gohlke, a German born botanical artist who has applied the art of printmaking to botanical portraiture. ┬áMonika works from real life specimens while engraving her copper plates from her home garden … Continue reading

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