Shakespeare’s Bouquet

To honor the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death the book “First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare” is on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library. To complement the folio the Norlin  Library at CU-Boulder is exhibiting a number of works from the School of Botanical Art and Illustration.  The twenty botanical plates in theContinue reading “Shakespeare’s Bouquet”

Art, design and nature

Yeah, that’s me, talking to the staff at Boulder Associates Architects about the connections between design, drawing, and botanical art today in downtown Boulder. Thanks to all who came and listened, you were a great audience. It’s pretty easy to ramble on around stuff you’re passionate about—and I was on a roll! Thanks Chin forContinue reading “Art, design and nature”

Flora of the National Parks

I am so honored and excited that my plate Campanula lasiocarpa (mountain harebells) has been accepted into the exhibit “Flora of the National Parks”, to be held at the United States Botanic Garden in Washington D.C., February 18 – October 2, 2016. All I can say is you just never know. Yesterday I was discouraged,Continue reading “Flora of the National Parks”