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Students in the Art of Horticulture (PLHRT 2010) got a quick introduction on how to create digital botanical art during their class on Tuesday. Working in teams, they then arranged locally sourced flowers from trials at the Bluegrass Lane Turf and Landscape Research Facility and a local flower farm, Plenty of Posies, on flatbed scanners to capture their form and color in two-dimensional form.

scanning

Later, they took their scan files and digitally manipulated to create works of art. Here are some examples:

scanner art

scanner art

scanner art

scanner art

scanner art

scanner art


The Art of Horticulture
Marcia Eames-Sheavly
Department of Horticulture
me14@cornell.edu
15B Plant Science Building
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
Watercolor