Specializing in rare plants in watercolor on vellum, Carol Woodin's work has been exhibited around the world, recently at the Museo della Grafica, Pisa, Italy, Santorini Biennale of Arts, Greece, UBS Gallery, New York, and the Shirley Sherwood Gallery, UK. Some collections that include her work are the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, the Dr. Shirley Sherwood Collection, and the Alisa and Isaac M. Sutton Collection. Recipient of the 1998 ASBA Diane Bouchier Artist Award, a Royal Horticultural Society Gold Medal, and the 2016 Orchid Digest Medal of Honor, she served on the Board of the American Society of Botanical Artists, and is now its Director of Exhibitions.
Learn more about Carol: carolwoodin.com
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Vellum has long been used to create paintings that seem to glow from within. Learn the basics of this ancient art, beginning with how to prepare vellum for painting. After transferring a small compositional drawing to vellum, you will apply a first layer of watercolor, then add multiple dry brush more...