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Botanicals 2015 Artist Gretchen Plotkin | Ragged Poppy http://LinusGallery.com #nature #natureart #artgallery

Artist Gretchen Plotkin was accepted for the Botanicals 2015 Call for Artists Juried Art Exhibition at these Pasadena art galleries.

Paul Chan Tablet 3 2014  (via Paul Chan Selected Works at Schaulager Basel  Mousse Magazine)

Paul Chan -- mix colors or patterns with nature or city shots

The Dallas Arboretum is one of the most beautiful outdoor attractions in Dallas. Spend the afternoon strolling through the 66 acres of display gardens and stay for a live concert any Tuesday or Thursday this summer.

Dale Chihuly Turquoise Reeds, 2012 and Blue Marlins, 2008 Dallas Arboretum, Dallas, installed 2012

Courtesy of Nature, Anouk Vogel, Johan Selbing, Garden Art, sustainable design, green design, art, eco art, gardening, botanical, environmental art, redford gardens

Courtesy of Nature: Temporary Gallery Space Frames Nature as Art Courtesy of Nature by Anouk Vogel and Johan Selbing – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

An Indian onion, painted in delicate shades of pink and purple. Rory McEwen

Rory McEwen's botanical art goes on display

An Indian onion, painted in delicate shades of pink and purple. Rory McEwen- an absolute favorite of mine!

12 Of The Giant Living Sculptures At Atlanta Botanical Gardens’ Exhibition

12 Of The Giant Living Sculptures At Atlanta Botanical Gardens’ Exhibition

Unicorn topiary - Giant Living Sculptures at Atlanta Botanical Gardens Wow! Need one of these fellows to be a security unicorn for my garden cottage.

Galerie BMG is pleased to present this exquisite collection of black and white botanical photographs, focusing on the hidden secrets of nature. By using x-rays instead of light, Steven Meyers reveals an unusual "inner-vision", showing the natural textures, details, and shadows that would otherwise not be seen.

links back to some of the original photogram work I started off making, but it could be advanced onto pinhole photography instead of just making pictures in the dark room

From the Victoria and Albert Museum: At the age of 8 Beatrix Potter was already studying and recording the characteristics of a wide variety of animals, birds and insects in a home made sketchbook.

Beatrix Potter sketches of caterpillars in her journal. Beatrix was eight years old when she completed these

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