Natural History Illustration & Writing
WELCOME . . .
. . . to my website, where I post artwork, photos and a blog page that features my past "Wild Garden" columns from the Bloomington
Herald-Times "Homes" section.
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Locally, you can purchase my notecards at Bloomingfoods East in Bloomington, IN, and at T.C. Steele State Historic Site between Nashville and Bloomington in Belmont, IN. Or contact me through this website.
Thank you and kind regards -GH
Woodin, Carol and Robin Jess, The American Society of Botanical Artists. Botanical Art Techniques: A Comprehensive Guide. Timber Press, Portland, Oregon: 2020.
Homoya, Michael and Shane Gibson. Wake Up, Woods. Rubber Ducky Press, Indianapolis: 2019.
“Studio Style: Welcoming Nature into a Studio Filled With Artfully Repurposed Elements.” The Botanical Artist: The Journal of the American Society of Botanical Artists. Vol. 19, Issue4: December 2013.
Andrews, Moya L. and Gillian Harris. Shrubs Large and Small: Natives and Ornamentals for Midwest Gardens. Indiana University Press: 2013.
“Botany and Art and Their Roles in Conservation,” Smithsonian in Your Classroom, Smithsonian Institution. Spring 2011.
The Botanical Artist: The Journal of the American Society of Botanical Artists. Vol. 16, Issue 1: March 2010.
Rothrock, Paul E. Sedges of Indiana and the Adjacent States: The Non-Carex Species. Indiana Academy of Science: 2009.
The Botanical Artist: The Newsletter of the American Society of Botanical Artists. Vol. 14, Issue 3: September 2008.
Andrews, Moya L. Perennials Short and Tall: a Seasonal Progression of Flowers for Your Garden. Indiana University Press: 2008.
Berger, Cynthia. Dragonflies: Wild Guide. Stackpole Books: 2004 (contributing illustrator).
Grzimek, Bernhard. Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition. Gale: 2003 (contributing illustrator).
Illustrations also appear on displays at the Smithsonian National Zoo, Washington D.C.
Botanical Art Worldwide , America's Flora: Linking People with Plants through Botanical Art.
Sponsored by the American Society of Botanical Artists and other organizations around the world (http://www.asba-art.org).
United States Botanic Garden, Washington, DC; Stephen and Peter Sachs Museum, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO; Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI; Botanical Research Institute of Texas. Fort Worth, TX . 2018-2019.
Following in the Bartram’s Footsteps: Contemporary Botanical Artists Explore the Bartrams’ Legacy. The American Society of Botanical Artists (ASBA). Bartrams’ Garden Gallery, Philadelphia, PA and other venues: 2013-2014.
From the Mountains to the Sea: Plants, Trees and Shrubs of New England. The New England Chapter, ASBA. Various venues throughout New England: 2013-2014.
Losing Paradise? Endangered Plants Here and Around the World, ASBA. Botanical Gardens in St. Louis, Chicago, and New York; The Smithsonian Institute Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C.; The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England: 2009-2011
A Natural Perspective: An International Juried Exhibition of the American Society of Botanical Artists. Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ, 2009.
The Twelfth Annual International Juried Botanical Art Exhibition 2009. ASBA and the Horticultural Society of New York, New York, NY: 2009.
Animals A to Z: The Art of Scientific Illustrators. The Detroit Zoo, Royal Oak, MI: 2008 (by invitation).
Focus on Nature X: Natural History Illustration Exhibition, The New York State Museum, Albany, NY: 2008
Art for All Seasons, Sycamore Land Trust, Gallery North on the Square, Bloomington, Indiana (first place, juried competition), 2008.
Focus on Nature IX: Natural History Illustration Exhibition, The New York State Museum,Albany, NY: 2007.
Artist of the Year, The 55th Annual Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Arrowmont School for Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN: 2005.