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When I first encountered Lesley Goren’s art several years ago, I immediately fell in love with the vibrant, graphic style she uses to portray native plants and tell stories about California’s ecology. Her work brings together elements of illustration, printmaking, pattern design, and graphic storytelling (among others) to create a style that is unmistakably her own. Her subjects range from the untamed beauty of California’s spring wildflower blooms to the complex stories of wildfire causes and effects. Her artwork is colorful, contemporary, and very accessible, helping to inspire love and understanding of native plants in a wide audience. I sat down with Lesley earlier in 2020 to talk about art.
Gabi and I produced an interactive CD in 2008 and sold it at nature centers and botanic gardens. Now we have made the entire application available for free on our website.
A statement from our chapter's Board of Directors affirms oiur commitment to creating a safe, inclusive, and equitable space for all people, especially people of color, to share appreciation for and learn about California native plants.
Our chapter's general meeting on January 26, 2017, saw the presentation of certificates of appreciation to two longstanding chapter members who are much loved and appreciated for their dedicated service to the chapter over many years. Hear.