1997 -2005 Studied botanical art through the Corcoran School of Art and Design under the guidance of Leslie Exton and through the Brookside Garden Education programs with Margaret Saul, as well as workshops held at the U.S. Botanical Gardens in Washington, D.C. under the direction of regional botanical artists.
Exhibitions and Publications include:
“Botanical Treasures of Lewis and Clark”
(group exhibition), Corcoran
Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. May
19 – July 9, 2006
· Athenaeum (group exhibition), Old Town, Alexandria, June 11 – July, 2006
· 2005 One person show at The Brookside Gardens, Wheaton, Maryland
· 2005 One person show at the Bristol Area Library, South Bristol, ME
· 2005 The Seventh Annual Botanical Art Exhibit at The Filoli Art Center, (group show), Woodside, CA
· 2005 A vendor at the National Cathedral Flower Mart.
· 2005 One person show at Georgetown University Hospital.
· 2004 The Seventh International Juried Botanical Art Exhibition, (group show) produced by the American Society of Botanical Artists and the Horticultural Society of New York.
· 2004 Exhibited at the Philadelphia Flower Show
· 2004 “The Art of Seeing: Works by Regional Botanical Artists”, (group show), at The Brookside Gardens, Wheaton, MD
· 2004 The Sixth Annual Botanical Art Exhibit at The Filoli Art Center, (group show), Woodside, CA
· 2003 The Lyme Art Association, “Celebrating 100 Years”, (group show), Old Lyme, CT
· 2002 The Fifth International Juried Botanical Art Exhibition, (group show) produced by The American Society of Botanical Artists and The Horticultural Society of New York.
· Published in Things As They Are - Botanical Drawings and Paintings, a book of botanical art compiled and published by Leslie Exton.
Limited edition prints
Limited edition prints are available for sale. They are printed using top quality, iris giclee technology which reproduces the original painting using natural water color paint laid on to water color paper and hand signed, numbered and labeled by the artist. The prints are currently marketed through botanical art exhibits, garden shows, designer networks, and direct mail.