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In 2009, Ronda Dick took her first class with Marilyn Garber at the Minnesota School of Botanical Art and was hooked! She was so excited to find an art form that connected all her interests and gave her permission to create art realistically without an apology.

Recently retired from teaching art in the public schools, she is now teaching classes at the Minnesota School of Botanical Art.

Presently, Ronda is drawing and painting 'collections' of dried plant matter she has accumulated from walks and hiking, looking for the connection between the objects and enjoying the challenge of building an interesting composition.

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