Annie Patterson's original botanical paintings are watercolour on paper and on vellum.
Subjects range from tulips to cabbages and each painting is unique and painted from a 'real' plant and can take many hours/weeks of work.
If you are interested in a botanical painting or commissioning a plant portrait, please contact me using the form on the contact page and I will send a list of available work.
After a long career in design for a very diverse range of clients, Annie changed direction and gained a Diploma in Botanical Illustration from the English Gardening School at the Chelsea Physic Garden, London in 2002.
Exhibitions followed in the US, Australia, UK and Europe and she contributes to Florilegia and Public and private collections. These include the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, the Highgrove Florilegium, the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and the Sydney Florilegium, Chateau de Villandry and recently the Shirley Sherwood Collection. She has recently been awarded the Diane Bouchier Award for excellence in botanical art.
Now located in France, she continues to grow and collect unusual and interesting plants to paint, combining drawing and painting skills. Paintings are in watercolour, on vellum and paper with some in gouache and oils.
See Exhibitions page for a list of exhibitions and publications
Memberships and other Botanical links
American Society for Botanical Artists
Florilegium Society at the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney, Australia.
The Shirley Sherwood Collection
Hampton Court Palace - Fellow, founder member and former Vice Chairman
Botanisch Kunstenaars Nederland - Dutch Society of Botanical Artists
ABA - Association of British Botanical Artists
SFIB - society for Botanical Artists in France
Represented in Germany by -
Forum botanische-kunst - Botanical art in Germany