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Janet Goltz has studied botanical art through the Minnesota School of Botanical Art, ASBA workshops, and with master artists: Alexander Viazmensky, Denise Walser-Kolar, John Pastoriza-Pinol, and Elaine Searle.


The Minneapolis’ Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden Florilegium has been her pet project for over 12 years, with 11 of her watercolors in the collection, documenting garden species pressured by climate change. Her botanical works are also included in the Minnesota Arboretum’s Flora and Fauna Illustrata, a never-ending project documenting the wide variety of Arboretum specimens, and has been shown at the Bakken Museum, Filoli Bourn-Roth Estate, the North American Mycological Association, and numerous GRC “Inspired by Nature” exhibits.

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