"Botanical Art is about precision and
clarity, but ultimately about life"
Corinne Lapin-Cohen captures the beauty and grace of a plant at a particular moment. Painting with the precision and clarity of a scientist and the heart and vision of an artist, her botanical artwork is informative while being artistically pleasing. Her meticulous attention to detail draws the viewer into each painting, and the sensuous watercolors reflect her unusual sensitivity to nature. To Corinne, Botanical Art is about precision and clarity- but ultimately about life.
Corinne's work has been exhibited in numerous arboretums, galleries and museums throughout the country. She is in the permanent collection of the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation at Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, Pa. Her original paintings and limited edition prints are widely collected.
Her professional memberships include
Guild of Natural Science Illustrators and the American Society
of Botanical Artists. Her work is included in the Hunt Collection
for Botanical Documentation.
She teaches botanical art at StoneHouse Studio in Katonah. Click here for more information about
classes at StoneHouse Studio.
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