Welcome to FloraFauna

Botanicals, birds, natural science subjects, children’s illustration

“We are enchanted at the sight of these leaves; nature is revealed, art concealed. Great in its precision, gentle in its execution, decisive and satisfying in its appearance.” Goethe, 1817; said of the work of Ferdinand Bauer, natural science illustrator and traveler.

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2 thoughts on “Welcome to FloraFauna”

  1. Dear Kathleen, I had a hard time finding your personal webpage… and mistakenly sent you an email on the ScienceArt site, which I understand now is only for people interested in buying art… not taking classes! Please accept my apologies for using the wrong email! I hope you received it and will reply to me regarding possible classes or workshop this Fall on the Olympic Peninsula or other places. Thank you!
    Serafina Strickland

  2. Hi Kathleen, I am presently taking the Drawing Nature, Science and Culture: Natural History Illustration 101 through edX.org and have given the following review of you for my first Module in the class, as I was to speak of a Natural History Illustrator in my area. Thank you for being such a wonderful inspiration to me! Blessings!

    “Hello! This is Constance from the Puget Sound in Seattle, Washington. I have chosen to highlight Kathleen McKeehen as my local NHI. Recently I had the pleasure of meeting Kathleen at her studio and I am very much looking forward to studying under her in the new year of 2017.

    Kathleen’s work is beautiful and admirable and I quickly found out that she has a natural and great passion for teaching botanical illustration. I know that she will be a wonderful resource of inspiration to me in the years to come.”

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