Tropical Botanic Artists

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Original Botanical Watercolors; Giclees; Greeting Cards; Scarves; Commissions


Pauline Goldsmith worked in the global bio-pharmaceutical industry for over forty years, in both Europe and the United States. After retiring she took up a House Manager role at Miami's state-of-the-art Performing Art Center for four years. Originally from the United Kingdom, she arrived in the United States thirty-one years ago and has never looked back; homes have been made in Philadelphia, Boston and Miami. She is involved in many volunteer positions in the visual and performing art world; she was an active Board Member and is still involved with the American Society of Botanical Artists. She feels it is time to give back to the community and try to help others understand the joy the arts can impart.


Her love of South Florida's lush tropical vegetation has encouraged her to use watercolors or ink to translate their beauty to paper or vellum, so that it can be shared with everyone. In her attempt to render these plant images into a visual art, she has become attached to their complexity and profound exquisiteness and has learned to see their subtle transformations in different lights. Her love of watercolors and botanical art are a major part of her life.


Pauline was co-founder of the Tropical Botanic Artists and remained co-chair from 2006 – 2016 and is now the Exhibition Coordinator. She exhibits internationally and through-out the USA.



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For more information or purchasing artworks

please contact artist Pauline A. Goldsmith at:


paulinegoldsmith@aol.com


Pauline A. Goldsmith

paulinegoldsmith@aol.com

Robinia pseudoacacia, Papaver sp., Fagus sp. and Paeonia suffruticosa

Locust tree seed pod, Poppy head and seeds, Beech leaf and Tree Peony seeds

Watercolor on paper

16 x 20 in

Rosa sp.

Watercolor on paper

12 x 12 in

Vinus sp.

Watercolor on paper

17 x 16 in

Rosa sp.

Yellow Rose

Watercolor on paper

17 x 16 in

Convolvulaceae sp., Onobrychis viciifolia, Centaurea cyanus

Bind weed, Common Safoin, Cornflower

Wildflower combination

Watercolor on paper

17.5 x 16.5 in