• 1999 – Present Ongoing workshops in botanical illustration
  • 2007-2011 Botanical Art Certificate Program, Filoli
  • 1975 – 1978 UC Davis, BS, Environmental Planning & Management/Landscape Architecture
  • 1973 – 1975 Principia College, Studio Arts


  • 2019 to Present Past President, American Society of Botanical Artists (ASBA)
  • 2017 to 2019 President, ASBA
  • 2015 to Present Director, ASBA – serving on multiple committees
  • 2011 to Present, Instructor of botanical art for groups and individuals
  • 2007 to Present, Founding President of the Northern California Society of Botanical Artists; Exhibits Coordinator for member shows including Alcatraz Florilegium
  • 1980 – 1982, Landscape Designer; City of Berkeley, Parks Design Department
  • 1979 – 1981, Landscape Designer; California Department of Water Resources
  • 1976 – 1979, Landscape Designer, Royston, Hanamoto, Beck & Abey, Landscape Architecture


  • University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley, Florilegium Artist and Juror
  • Board member of the American Society of Botanical Artists
  • Alcatraz Florilegium Co-Coordinator and Artist
  • Filoli Florilegium Artist
  • Founding President of the Northern California Society of Botanical Artists
  • Member, Friends of Filoli, Woodside, California


ASBA and Marin Art and Garden Center, 26th Annual International Exhibition, 2023
University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley Florilegium – admitted 2022
NYBG 4th Triennial, ASBA -Abundant Future: Cultivating Diversity in Garden, Farm, and Field
ASBA and Wave Hill, 23rd Annual International Exhibition, 2021 – 2023
Fourth Street Fine Art, Berkeley, CA – 2017 to 2020
Beauty of Botanicals, OA Gallery, Kirkwood, MO, 2017
Alcatraz Florilegium, admitted in 2013
Helen Crocker Russell Library, Juried Member show, Strybing Arboretum, 2013
Collector Art Shop, Berkeley, 2012
Thoreau Center for Sustainability, SF Presidio, 2012
Plants Illustrated Exhibit, Botanical Gardens at UC Berkeley, 2010-2022
Filoli Botanical Art Exhibit, 2001 to 2018, excluding 2010
Montclair Gallery, Oakland: Botanical Artists, 2005
Hearst Art Gallery, St. Mary’s College, “Exotica: Plant Portraits from Around the World”, 2003
California Oak Foundations “The Art of Saving Oaks” Exhibit, Marin County, 2002
Monterey Museum of Art: Artist’s miniatures, 2002
Privately held shows with fellow botanical artists have been held annually since 2001



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