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I started with a class on artichokes under Marilyn Garber’s tutelage at the Minnesota School of Botanical Arts in the spring of 2019. It was my first watercolor class, and I immediately was drawn to the precision of the English dry-brush technique. This art form captures my love of nature and opens my eyes wider to color, light and shape, while allowing my high energy personality to slow down and go quietly into a relationship with the subject, the paper, the pigments and the brushes.

This year my Great Blue Lobelia was accepted into the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden Florilegium and I am currently working on a multi-media artistic project involving music and native medicinal plants.

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