The Book

American Botanical Paintings: Native Plants of the Mid Atlantic

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Dust Jacket for "American Botanical Paintings Native Plants of the Mid Atlantic"

We invited other artists, mostly those in the mid-Atlantic region (New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina), to participate in a juried competition for inclusion of their work in a book. Publication costs for the book came from donations.

The resulting book is meaningful to both artists and gardeners. It is intended to foster appreciation not only for the beauty of native plants and their artistic representations but also for their importance to the environment and to encourage, where practical, the use of native plants in home gardens.

This award-winning book, American Botanical Paintings: Native Plants of the Mid Atlantic, contains 60 reproductions of original botanical paintings and drawings; a number of original paintings of butterflies and other insect pollinators; and text describing the plants, their habitat, and importance to the environment. Download the publisher's flyer American Botanical Paintings Native Plants of the Mid Atlantic Flyer (2 MB .pdf) about the book.

Order the Book

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Order our book about Native Plants of the Mid Atlantic.

You may order the book from Amazon.com or from the publisher. Profits generated by the sale of this book are donated to charities working on native plant education, conservation, and horticulture.

Interested in Purchasing the Art Shown in the Book?

Some paintings and drawings are available for sale and some may not be. To purchase the art shown in the book, you may contact us using the Contact Us form or send an email to email hidden; JavaScript is required and we will forward your inquiries to the individual artists. In addition, some artists have contact information listed in the biography section of the book. Artists may have high-quality giclée prints available.


Last modified: July 9, 2017
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