IAPI encourages the scientific illustration of flowering and non-flowering plants and communication of the diversity and intricacy of plant structures not necessarily visible to the naked eye.
IAPI’s illustration projects seek to clarify identification features, compare and contrast structure and function and record sequences of growth and development.
IAPI encourages collaboration between botanists and illustrators and encourages members to develop their skills in scientific illustration and increase their botanical knowledge.
For more information about IAPI email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to:-
Institute for Analytical Plant Illustration (IAPI),
Meetings Programme 2014
Saturday 8th March Kelmarsh Suite, Moulton College, Northamptonshire
Coloured pencil Techniques Workshop with Roger Reynolds
Saturday 17th May Winterbourne Botanical Centre, Edgbaston Park Road, Birmingham, B15 2RT
'Patronage: Drawing to Order' and 'Butes Botanical Tables' with Maureen Lazarus, Collections Manager of the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.
Saturday 19th July Field Meeting looking at White Peak (Limestone)
Herb and tree ID and aspects of medicinal use/folklore in the Peak District, Tideswell and Miller's Dale with Patrick Harding.
Venues on Sunday to be decided possibly Chatsworth or Eyam.
Saturday 20th September University of Leicester Botanic Garden, Stoughton Drive South, Oadby, Leics. LE2 2NE
Grasses Masterclass and Workshop on Grasses with John and Gail Summerfield of Westshores Nurseries.
Saturday 15th November Highnam Community Centre Gloucester
Tenth Anniversary Michael Hickey Lecture with Professor David Ingram, formally Regius Keeper of the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. 'Ruskins Flora: The Botanical Drawings and Garden of John Ruskin'
Saturday 17th January 2015 Winterbourne Botanical Centre, Edgbaston Park Road Birmingham, B15 2RT
AGM (2014) and Social
Details of meeting times and place will be sent by the secretary to members closer to the meeting date.
Non members please contact the secretary for details.