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					    Wellesley College
    Friends oF HortiCulture




Botanical Art Courses
  Spring & Summer 2010
 T
         he Wellesley College Botanic Gardens (WCBG)
         and the Friends of Horticulture offer many
         exciting courses in Botanical Art. We welcome
 as members the Wellesley College community, students,
 and visitors from near and far, with the hope that our collections and
 programming will foster deeper engagement with the natural world.

  • To register for classes, use the enclosed registration form or visit the Friends
     of Horticulture at www.wellesley.edu/WCFH and print a registration form.
  •	 All	classes	are	held	in	the	WCBG	Visitor	Center	unless	otherwise	noted.
  •	 For	classes	over	the	lunch	hour,	bring	your	lunch	or	walk	to	local	shops.
  •	 Material	lists	are	online	and	sent	out	one	month	prior	to	start	of	class.
  •	 Instructor	Bios	may	be	found	on	page	9	of	this	brochure.
  •	 During	the	academic	year	when	the	College	is	in	session,	parking	on	
     campus	is	restricted.	Use	of	the	Davis	Parking	Garage	or	car	pooling		
     from	off	campus	is	strongly	encouraged.




                       p l e i n ai r pa i n t ing
 landsCape in spring
 Step	into	the	garden	and	start	painting!
                            Discover the joy of painting outdoors with visual
                            artist and painting instructor susan swinand in
                            the ideal setting of the College’s Botanic Gardens.
                            This blended level course is for both the beginner
                            and the more experienced artist working in a wet
                            media such as watercolor, oil, or acrylic. Focus on
                            the basics — drawing, color theory, design, and
                            technical skills. Develop critical and analytical
                            skills to determine why a painting works or how it
                            might be improved. Susan shares tips for painting
                            on location: direction of natural light and cast
 shadows, elements of atmospheric and linear perspective, simplifying to suggest
 complex masses, and modeling form with light and color.
 7 Wednesdays: May 5, 12, 19, 26; June 2, 9, 16 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.        WCC 10 203
 Members	$200	/	Non-Members	$250


                    Wellesley College Friends of Horticulture
        Science Center 106 Central Street Wellesley, MA 02481-8203
                ext. 4 horticulture@wellesley.edu
2 781-283-3094,Wellesley College Friends of Horticulturewww.wellesley.edu/WCFH
                                                                   781-283-3094
            es p e C i a l ly F o r B e ginners
               No previous experience necessary

plant painting For tHe petriFied
                        In a relaxed atmosphere, Sarah Roche guides you
                        through the elementary stages of illustrating plants. Your
                        observational skills grow as you experiment with your first
                        line drawings. Explore composition and color choices as
                        you enjoy the process of creating botanical art. Please
                        bring to the first class sketch paper, HB, B, 2B pencils,
                        and white plastic eraser.
                        4 Wednesdays: May 5, 12, 19, 26
                        9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.                        BAC 10 010
                        Members	$125	/	Non-Members	$150


WoW—Botany is eXCiting!
Love plants and want to understand them better? Enjoy early arrival of spring in
the WCBG Greenhouses as Carol govan introduces botany to you using basic
terminology, direct observations and journaling to explore basic plant morphology
(seeds, roots, shoots, flowers and fruit). S
Sunday, April 25 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.                                     BAC 10 020
Members	$50	/	Non-Members	$65


elements oF draWing: Composing spring Blooms
Watch as spring wakes up in New England in this class devoted to drawing
spring blooms on both woody and herbaceous plants. Jeanne Kunze demystifies
translating botanical subjects onto paper. Learn the techniques necessary to
correctly observe and to accurately express the subtlety of light and shadow and
organize the varied shapes and forms into a spring bouquet. For beginners as
well as more advanced artists.
5 Saturdays: April 24; May 1, 8, 15, 22 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.         BAC 10 135
Members	$225	/	Non-Members	$275


BotaniZing togetHer: tHe Beauty WitHin
With Carol govan as your guide, discover the world within plants and their
structures via the use of hand lens and microscopes to enhance the observations
of the naked eye. Be amazed by the beauty of intricate form and design as you
focus in on plant structure. Bring sketchbook, a plastic eraser, a kneaded eraser,
a hard and soft pencil (2H and 2B) or whatever you have, and hand lens.
2 Saturday mornings: May 1, 8 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.                  BAC 10 041
Members	$50	/	Non-Members	$65
www.wellesley.edu/WCFH             horticulture@wellesley.edu                         3
    Field sKetCHing in tHe gardens
    No previous experience necessary except a love of plants.
    Carol govan encourages you to make sketches – not formal drawings – to
    increase your understanding of trees and learn to focus on features useful in identifying
    specimens. After observing and recording forms and branching patterns from afar,
    move in for a closer look at twigs and buds, bark, leaves, flowers, and fruit. Your
    quick sketches in the form of note-taking will help you look closer and remember
    what you have seen. Bring sketchbook/notebook, #2 pencil, and hand lens.
    3 Tuesdays: June 1, 8, 15 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon                             BAC 10 030
    Members	$60	/	Non-Members	$75


    Beginning BotaniCal WaterColor sKills
    sarah roche introduces you to watercolor paints and papers and guides
    you through a series of fun beginning botanical watercolor exercises. In this
    relaxed, informative seminar with plenty of helpful demonstrations, you will
    work to develop the drybrush watercolor painting skills necessary for accurate
    representations of botanical forms.
    4 Wednesdays: June 2, 9, 16, 23 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.                       BAC 10 126
    Members	$150	/	Non-Members	$200


    BotaniZing togetHer: signs oF spring
    Observe plants and their associates (insects, butterflies, mushrooms) and nature
    journal with Carol govan! Some easy drawing conventions will be covered as
    well as practice with different coloring media. Attempting to draw your subject
    helps you remember it no matter what the drawing looks like. Bring sketchbook, a
    plastic eraser, a kneaded eraser, 2H and 2B pencil, and hand lens. The gardens
    can be damp under foot in spring. Please dress appropriately
    for the weather.
    2 Saturday mornings: June 12, 19
    9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.                           BAC 10 044
    Members	$50	/	Non-Members	$65


    WCBg Florilegium: WildFloWers
    Carol govan and sarah roche take you outside to observe
    botany in action in the College’s meadows and then record
    what you see with pencil and pen sketches and dry brush
    watercolor. All abilities welcome.
    3 days: Mon., June 28 – Wed., June 30
    9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.                             BAC 10 141
    Members	$225	/	Non-Members	$275


4                   Wellesley College Friends of Horticulture                  781-283-3094
Colored penCil Fundamentals	
Make the versatile medium of colored pencils work for you. With Carol ann
morley learn techniques to create texture and fine details, to mix color hues to
create shadows, to make colors recede and advance, and to create harmony
and contrast. The pigments in colored pencils are translucent and can be applied
to create many different effects including multiple delicate washes in much the
same way as a watercolor painting.
3 days: Fri., July 9 – Sun., July 11 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.              BAC 11 142
Members	$250	/	Non-Members	$300


Foundations in a WeeK
Find out what the buzz is about. All abilities are welcome!
sarah roche introduces botanical drawing and painting and teaches you how
to realistically render botanical forms. Instructional focus includes observational
skills, drawing development, composition, design, and watercolor technique
through demonstrations and tutorials. All levels welcome.
5 days: Mon., July 12 – Fri., July 16 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.         BAC 11 101 A
Members	$250	/	Non-Members	$300


                        Color miXing For all artists
                        susan Fisher trains you to mix the colors you want, not
                        the ones you end up with through trial and error. Learn an
                        easy system for combining colors consistently to achieve
                        the broadest possible spectrum for any “wet” medium
                        including watercolor, gouache, acrylics, oils, inks, alkyds,
                        or egg tempura. Homework assignments given.
                        No prerequisites. Fee includes color mixing sheets.
                        3 days: Fri., July 30 – Sun., August 1
                        9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.                         BAC 11 113
                        Members	$325	/	Non-Members	$400


Composition By design
Amplify your ability to plan your next painting or photograph so your work stands
out from the crowd. susan Fisher unlocks the mystery of composition in fine
art while you indulge your artist’s eye browsing through images of well-known
paintings. Acquire the tools to enhance your own artistic expression. Susan will
encourage you to analyze line, shape, value, color and structure. Be empowered
when planning your next piece. No prerequisites.
3 days: Tues., August 3 – Thurs., August 5     9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. BAC 11 131
Members	$300	/	Non-Members	$375


www.wellesley.edu/WCFH              horticulture@wellesley.edu                         5
    CalligrapHy For BotaniCals: italiC
    Go from A to Z with Cynthia Henrich in this methodical, beginner’s calligraphy
    seminar. Using a step-by-step approach and traditional pen and ink, learn
    an easily readable style of writing suitable for labeling art work. Discover the
    satisfaction of touching pen to paper and making crisp, black, beautiful letters.
    All abilities welcome.
    3 Saturdays, August 7, 14, 28 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.                    BAC 11 123
    Members	$225	/	Non-Members	$275



                  F or a l l l e V e l s o F a rtist
                   Some previous experience required

                        it’s a small World —
                        maCro-digital pHotograpHy
                        Zoom in and discover Macro-Photography with david Kahn.
                        Discover how to create stunning close-ups of flowers and
                        other plant features in this one-day workshop. Check online or
                        with WCFH office for requirements.
    Fri., April 9 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Snow Date: Fri., April 16)       DIG 10 101B
    Members	$75	/	Non-Members	$95


    Versals: BotaniCally illuminated letters
    Manuscripts from antiquity onward include oversized capital letters generously
    adorned with colorful floral designs and vinery. Cynthia Henrich’s introductory
    three-day course in versals— botanically illuminated letters — focuses on her
    structured, step-by-step approach, traditional color palettes and drawing techniques.
    Basic paint mixing experience is helpful. No calligraphy experience required.
    Sat., April 17 – Mon., April 19 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.                   BAC 10 125
    Members	$225	/	Non-Members	$275


    draWing in tHe garden
    Capture the shape and movement of flowers sitting amongst them during visits to
    private gardens. With Carol ann morley to guide you, discover pencil techniques
    for sketching more quickly and looking more closely at flower structures. Choose
    to work in either colored pencil to render flowers in color or graphite pencil to
    capture flowers with tonal studies. For advanced beginners. Tonal Drawing and
    Color Pencil skills required depending on your choice of medium.
    3 days: Mon., July 12 – Wed., July 14
    9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m                                                    BAC 11 140
    Members	$250	/	Non-Members	$300

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elements oF draWing: larger tHan liFe	
Focus in on a flower blossom and record your observations as an attention
grabbing enlargement. Under the guidance of Jeanne Kunze draw the blossom
magnified to show shape and form. See flowers in a new way and record detail
not possible at a smaller scale. Increase your ability to infuse subtle nuances and
detail into your drawing. For beginners as well as more advanced artists.
2 days: Sat., July 24 & Sun., July 25     9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.           BAC 11 031
Members	$150	/	Non-Members	$190


elements oF draWing: Full CirCle	
Bring the gardening season full circle as you compose on paper a wreath of
branches, leaves, and flowers. Jeanne Kunze helps to build your drawing skills
while you create floral wreath illustration that keeps the summer alive all year
long. Learn to correctly observe and to accurately express light and shadow and
turn shape into form. For beginners as well as more advanced artists.
2 days: Sat., August 21 & Sun., August 22      9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.      BAC 11 032
Members	$150	/	Non-Members	$190


          Fo r t H e e X pe r i e n C e d a rtist
                     Birds in BotaniCals
                     Learn to ‘capture’ the essence of birds in a painting with
                     award winning designer/illustrator and artist Kelly leahy
                     radding. Start by studying journal techniques for identifying
                     and capturing the gesture of a bird and methods for properly
                     placing a bird into a botanical painting. Develop graphite
                     studies of bird anatomy and use those studies to explore
                     painting the various textures in both watercolors and in
                     gouache. Drawing and watercolor experience required.
5 Thursdays: June 3, 10, 17, 24; July 1      9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.       BAC 10 236
Members	$300	/	Non-Members	$350


neW england Flora 2010	
Follow plants through the growing season with Carol govan. Expand your
creative botanical art and illustration skills through the close study of natural plant
communities and seasonal changes. Between meetings, study independently
and create accurate illustrations of a local habitat.
7 days: 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.                                         BAC 11 211
Tues., June 22; Tues., July 6 and Thurs., July 8; Tues., August 17 and
Thurs., August 19; Thurs., September 9 and Tues., September 21
Members	$360	/	Non-Members	$450
www.wellesley.edu/WCFH               horticulture@wellesley.edu                           7
    rose teCHniques
    One rose is not the same as another rose! Each one is unique and requires
    close attention to correctly illustrate. Explore rose morphology as
    sarah roche teaches you dry brush watercolor techniques
    for accurate rendering of these complex flowers. Advanced
    watercolor skills required.
    4 days: Mon., July 19 – Thurs., July 22
    9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.                          BAC 11 241
    Members	$225	/	Non-Members	$275


    BotaniCal teXtures in grapHite
    Texture-ize your botanical illustrations by focusing in on the defining textures of
    leaves, bark, roots, stems, and petals. susan Fisher guides you in purposeful
    graphite strokes of all kinds. Master the effective use of edges, negative spaces,
    and everything in between as you create realistic surface qualities. Practice a
    variety of textures and then apply them to a small finished graphite botanical
    plate. Drawing skills required.
    3 days: Tues., July 27 - Thurs., July 29   9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.       BAC 11 232
    Members	$300	/	Non-Members	$375


    Bouquet garni
    Go back to the roots of botanical art with this study of herbs. Working in this
    blended level class, identify, research, draw, and paint fresh herbs of your
    choosing. sarah roche guides your journey to create your own collection of herbal
    portraits. For both beginning and advanced students. Watercolor skills required.
    4 days: Mon., August 9 – Thurs., August 12
    9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.                                     BAC 11 148 / BAC 11 248
    Members	$225	/	Non-Members	$275


    rendering trees		
    Spend three days studying trees with the effervescent plant guru dick rauh.
    He begins with tree architecture and how to look for such things as the
    differences in the branching patterns and the masses of leaf forms defined by
    light and shade. Working both outdoors and in the classroom, he shows you
    how to apply observational and sketching techniques to the broader field of
    naturesketching. Using technical pens (pen and ink) on watercolor paper learn
    eye-to-hand rendering for both the entire tree as well as its parts. Drawing
    experience required.
    3 days: Tues., August 31 – Thurs., Sept. 2    9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.    BAC 11 245
    Members	$250	/	Non-Members	$300

8                 Wellesley College Friends of Horticulture               781-283-3094
               summer 2010 instruCtors

sarah roche, Certificate program education director, also teaches at
the South Shore Art Center in Cohasset, MA where she is a Gallery Artist.
She is Education Co-chair of the American Society of Botanical Artists and a
professional artist member of the Copley Society of Art, Boston.
                                                www.sarahrochebotanicalart.com
susan t. Fisher is the Director of the Art Institute at the Arizona-Sonora Desert
Museum and an experienced instructor. Susan is the Immediate past president of
the American Society of Botanical Artists.                    www.susantfisher.com
Carol govan is a professional artist and teacher who helps students explore the
connection between art and science and develop the observational skills needed
for both. Carol is the docent trainer for the Friends of Horticulture.
Cynthia Henrich is an experienced calligrapher and teacher of art. Cynthia
holds BA and MA degrees in Art Education and Religious Studies and operates
a calligraphy and design business.
david Kahn is a digital fine art photographer and the founder of New England
Light Painters, a group of fine art photographers devoted to exploring and
encouraging artistic expression via photography.     http://gallery.davidlkahn.com
Jeanne Kunze started her career with a degree in Painting and Illustration and
went on to 20 years of teaching Art History and Studio Fine Arts. She now works
as a freelance illustrator and teacher with an interest in botanical subjects.
Carol ann morley is a professional illustrator and dedicated teacher of botanical
illustration. She is a former coordinator of the Botanical Art Illustration Certificate
Program at the New York Botanical Garden. Her work has been widely exhibited
and published.
                               dick rauh came to botanical painting in retirement,
                               after a career in motion picture special effects.
                               He earned a doctorate in plant science in 2001
                               from the City University of New York. His award-
                               winning work is in museums and private collections
                               worldwide. Dick is the president of American Society
                               of Botanical Artists.              dickrauh@aol.com
susan swinand, visual artist and Magna Cum Laude graduate from Moore
College of Art in Philadelphia, has taught painting at Worcester Art Museum
for over 20 years and was an adjunct painting and design instructor at Clark
University for many years. A signature member of the American Watercolor
Society, she has been teaching at the Wellesley College Botanic Gardens
since 1998.                                                     www.swinand.com


www.wellesley.edu/WCFH               horticulture@wellesley.edu                           9
             CertiFiCate in BotaniCal art and illustration (CBa)

         Building on a long tradition of making a difference with plants for the
         College and Community, Wellesley College Friends of Horticulture
         (WCFH) offers a Certificate in Botanical Art and Illustration (CBA) —
         bringing together fine art and scientific accuracy in an integrated course
         of study set in the Wellesley College Botanic Gardens. Using three
         levels of study – Foundations, Techniques and Accomplishments – the
         CBA curriculum offers a concentrated study in the traditions, techniques,
         history, and botany associated with classical botanical art and illustration.
         Anyone is welcome to enroll in courses below the Accomplishments
         level without entering the Certificate program, provided they meet the
         prerequisites for each course.
            Although housed in the Wellesley College Botanic Gardens,
            WCFH and associated programming are wholly independent
             from the Wellesley College curriculum. Enrollment in the
            CBA program does not imply recognition by or admission to
           Wellesley College, and the completion of WCFH classes and/or
              workshops does not result in Wellesley College credits.
              For more information about the CBA, including an application form,
                             contact the Friends of Horticulture
                         781-283-3094 horticulture@wellesley.edu.


                         programs and Classes inFormation
     advance registration: Registration is               parking for Classes: During the academic
     accepted on a first-come, first-served basis upon   year when the College is in session, parking
     receipt of payment. Register early to ensure        on campus is restricted. Use of the Davis
     your place in a desired class. A separate, fully-   Parking Garage or car pooling from off campus
     completed form must be submitted for each           is strongly encouraged. All other parking is
     person registering for a program.                   restricted to Wellesley College’s Gray Lot
     We regret that we cannot accept credit cards        adjacent to the Science Center.
     for program registration. We accept checks or       At the first session of your class, please stop at
     money orders payable to Friends of Horticulture.    the WCFH office for a parking pass which will
     We require separate checks for membership           identify your car to Campus Police.
     and program registration.                           For directions to Wellesley College, go to
     If registration numbers are insufficient, WCFH      http://www.wellesley.edu/CampusMap.
     reserves the right to cancel a program. In this
                                                         refund policy: We regret that no refunds or
     case, a full refund will be issued.
                                                         credits can be given for class cancellations less
     Confirmations: If you require a confirmation,       than one week prior to the start of the class
     please supply us with an email address or           or for classes you have not attended. Special
     contact WCFH office at 781-283-3094 ext. 4.         cancellation policies apply to overnight trips.
     Confirmations for program registrations are
                                                         Prior to the program’s start date, registration fees
     mailed only if the attendees require special
                                                         are refundable less a processing fee as follows:
     instructions (for instance, materials lists).
                                                         — more than 30 days: the processing fee is the
     Weather Cancellations: Cancellations due to         greater of $15 or 10% of program fee
     inclement weather are announced by recorded
                                                         — 30 to 8 days: the processing fee is the greater
     message at 781-283-3094. If you think that your
                                                         of $15 or 15% of program fee
     program may be cancelled, please call WCFH at
     this number.                                        — 7 days or less: the registrations is non-
                                                         refundable and non-exchangeable
     member discount: WCFH Members receive
     a discount on all programs, courses and trips
     sponsored by WCFH.
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       Mail this completed form and your payment to:
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       Course ID#                 Class title                    Fee
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       separate CHeCK For program Fees                    $ __________
           made payable to: Wellesley	College	Friends	of	Horticulture
              WCFH cannot accept credit cards for course fees. Checks or cash only please.


                    memBersHip in WCFH                                  membership levels
         (for the academic year July 2009-June 2010)                    Benefactor: $2500+
       Membership Gift Payment Type (circle one):                       Patron:     $1000
       CHECK or MASTERCARD VISA AMEX                                    Supporter:   $500
                                                                        Donor:       $250
       Account number: _______________________                          Sponsor:     $100
                                                                        Member:       $50
       Exp. date: Month: ____________Year: _____
                                                                        Young Alum:   $15
       or separate CHeCK For memBersHip giFt
       made payable to: Wellesley	College	Friends	of	Horticulture
       My membership gift for the current academic year $ ____________

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       WCFH Tote Bags          _____ at $15 each                                  = $ _______
       WCBG / WCFH Mugs _____ Pair(s) of mugs at $15                              = $ _______
       WCBG Recycled Fleece Vest
                              _____ Women’s Medium $40 each                       = $ _______
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       separate CHeCK For logo items                    total = $ _______
       made payable to: Wellesley	College	Friends	of	Horticulture
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www.wellesley.edu/WCFH                horticulture@wellesley.edu                                11
               tHe art-garden ConneCtion
                        Branch	out	with	these	art	offerings	
                    from	experienced	and	talented	instructors	
             designed	for	the	gardener,	casual	artist,	amateur	botanist,	
                        or	anyone	who	wants	to	further	an		
                     aesthetic	appreciation	of	the	plant	world.

   a = all Levels Welcome             B = Especially for Beginners              e = experienced Artists
                                                                                  level                 page
   Sarah Roche, CBA Education Director
           Bouquet Garni .......................................................... A, E ..................... 8
           Beginning Botanical Watercolor Skills ....................... B ....................... 4
           Foundations in a Week ............................................ A, B ..................... 5
           Plant Painting for the Petrified ................................... B ....................... 3
           Rose Techniques ....................................................... E ....................... 8
           WCBG Florilegium—Wildflowers ............................. A, B ..................... 4
   Susan Fisher
           Botanical Textures in Graphite ................................... E ....................... 8
           Color Mixing for All Artists ........................................ A, B ..................... 5
           Composition by Design ............................................ A, B ..................... 5
   Carol Govan
           Botanizing Together: The Beauty Within .................. A, B ..................... 3
           Botanizing Together: Signs of Spring ...................... A, B ..................... 4
           Field Sketching in the Gardens ................................ A, B ..................... 4
           New England Flora .................................................... E ....................... 7
           WCBG Florilegium—Wildflowers ............................... A........................ 4
           WOW—Botany is Exciting! ..................................... A, B ..................... 3
   Cynthia Henrich
           Calligraphy for Botanicals: Italic ............................... A, B ..................... 6
           Versals: Botanically Illuminated Letters ..................... A........................ 6
   David Kahn
           Introduction to Macro-Digital Photography ................ A........................ 6
   Jeanne Kunze
           Elements: Composing Spring Blooms ..................... A, B ..................... 3
           Elements: Full Circle .................................................. A........................ 7
           Elements: Larger Than Life........................................ A........................ 7
   Carol Ann Morley
           Colored Pencil Fundamentals .................................. A, B ..................... 5
           Drawing in the Garden ............................................... A........................ 6
   Kelly Leahy Radding
           Birds in Botanicals ..................................................... E ....................... 7
   Dick Rauh
           Rendering Trees ........................................................ E ....................... 8
   Susan Swinand
           Landscape in Spring ................................................ A, B ..................... 2
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