Giuliana, BSc (Hons), was born in Italy on the Island of Elba, where her interest in nature began. She approached botanical painting a decade ago in the Netherlands, where she lives, and furthered her knowledge in UK attending intensive botanical art courses with Anne-Marie Evans and other leading botanical artists. She is a full member of the VBKN and has shown her work in the Netherlands and abroad including: West Fries Museum; De Zwarte Tulp; Kapelle; Noordbrabants museum, and at the Shirley Sherwood Gallery, Kew, UK. Giuliana is also a member of the ASBA, and two of her works have been selected to represent The Netherlands for the Botanical Art Worldwide exhibition in 2018. Giuliana believes in botanical painting as a contemporary art genre and a way to get closer to nature. She is the co-organizer of the Florentia exhibition.
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