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  • American Society of Botanical Artists
    The American Society of Botanical Artists, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting botanical art and to encouraging further development and appreciation of this continuing artistic tradition.
  • ArtPlantae Today
    Recognizing that science and art are equal partners in the creation of botanical art, ArtPlantae.com was created to assist artists with their understanding of botany. All artists begin a project by learning more about their plant specimen through research. ArtPlantae LLC has expanded its original concept and has created a collection of resources to serve as an artist's first step in the research process. Visit ArtPlantae Today, our gathering place for botanical illustrators. Botanical art and illustration news is posted here, in addition to interviews with artists and authors, as well as book events hosted by our bookstore, ArtPlantae Books. Please visit our online bookstore to browse through our selection of botanical art books, art supplies, and field supplies. We are confident that you will find unique resources for your library, studio, or field bag. ArtPlantae.com and its companion sites are a valuable resource for botanical illustrators, gardeners, hikers, nature guides, natural science illustrators, biology students, informal science educators, K-12 science teachers, and anyone interested in plants and natural history illustration.
  • Green Prints Magazine
    There are over 100 how-to gardening publications in this country. Only GreenPrints magazine shares the human side: the joy, humor, frustrations, and heart in fine prose and fine art. It's the best personal garden writing, old and new. It's funny. It's tender. It's truthful. It's inspiring. There is absolutely no other gardening magazine like it. If you love to garden, you'll love to read the magazine of personal garden writing: GreenPrints, "The Weeder’s Digest!” GreenPrints—like gardening—offers hope, joy, encouragement, peace, humor, comfort, beauty, friendship, and so much more. And who couldn’t use those things, now or anytime? It’s a much-cherished present—for yourself and your gardening friends and family!
  • Guild of Natural Science Illustrators
    The Guild of Natural Science Illustrators is a non-profit organization devoted to providing information about, and encouraging high standards of competence in the field of natural science illustration. The Guild offers membership to those employed or genuinely interested in natural scientific illustration. -- the Guild
  • International Society of Scratchboard Artists
    Scratching, as an art form, has been around since the first people painted and scratched on cave walls. Today’s scratchboard is much more refined, allowing for intricate detail and a wide variety of styles. Scratchboard Art involves using a variety of abrasive tools to remove dark coloured ink to reveal a white layer below. Artists may leave the artwork in black and white or colour it with a variety of mediums. Scratchboard Art was historically used for illustrations in the advertising and publishing industries as an alternative to engraving. It has recently experienced a resurgence in popularity and is now finding its way into fine art circles.
  • North Carolina Botanical Garden
    The North Carolina Botanical Garden is a "conservation garden." Our guiding mission is to inspire understanding, appreciation, and conservation of plants in gardens and natural areas and to advance a sustainable relationship between people and nature.
  • North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

  • Pastel Society of America

  • Pastel Society of North Carolina



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