Recent Shows and Award

Recent Shows and Award

Recently I have participated in several group shows:

Current group shows:

Focus on Nature XIII: New York State Museum in Albany New York. 

Focus on Nature XIII features 91 natural and cultural history illustrations, representing the work of 71 illustrators from 15 different countries. The subjects represented are diverse, ranging from those only found in the artists’ home country to those that have a worldwide distribution; A special feature of FON XIII is a 3D illustration by Swiss artist Livia Maria Enderli of Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis). This reconstruction of a skull from an archaeological site in Uzbekistan in central Asia found in 1938 uses the latest technology available to artists and scientists.

April 19, 2014 through January 4, 2015 or view online here

My pieces that are being exhibited: Scarlet Pollinators (Archival Print), Weedy Seadragon Life Cycle, and Cochineal: A Natural Red Dye.

I also received a Jury Award for Weedy Seadragon Life Cycle. view here



Wildflowers of Garland Park: Garland Ranch Regional Park, Carmel Valley, CA. 
Group exhibition at the visitors center. 

April 19 through August 10, 2014. 

My pieces that are being exhibited: Baby Blue Eyes and California Poppy (Archival Print)



The Art of Nature: Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History, Santa Cruz CA.

April 5 through June 29, 2014 more information here

The Museum welcomes back the California Guild of Natural Science Illustrators and the CSUMB Science Illustration Graduate Program for its 25th annual exhibit highlighting the amazing detail and artistry of local science illustrators. Come experience over 50 works in a variety of media, depicting botany, birds, mammals and invertebrates. Explore why art is so important to science, and our understanding of the natural world. You are invited to explore the beautiful world of illustration and test your own skills while drawing Museum specimens in our Illustration Station.

My pieces that are being exhibited: Scarlet Pollinator (Archival Print), California Poppy (Archival Print), and Giant Arrowhead & Tule Perch (Archival Print)




Recent group show:

16th Annual Botanical Art Exhibition: Filoli, Woodside CA

April 8, 2014 through June 8 2014

Filoli presents its 16th Annual Botanical Art Exhibit this coming spring. Botanical art has experienced a renaissance of growth both in the states and internationally and Filoli has been a leader in the renewal of this art form, which combines the observational skills of the scientist and the sensibility of the artist. This beautiful exhibit has long been an essential part of the Filoli Botanical Art Program’s mission to interpret and preserve this historically–significant art form. Artworks selected this year will be displayed in the Visitor and Education Center while select pieces from our three major florilegia collections: the Filoli, the Banks’ and theHighgrove, will be displayed in the historic House. Come enjoy the West Coast’s most prominent botanical art exhibit!

My piece that was exhibited: California Poppy





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