Malus 'Mary Potter' by Harriet Carotenuto
Watercolor on Arches, 140# hot press, 14" × 11" © Copyright Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Rosa 'Delany Sisters', Harriet Carotenuto Watercolor, 14" × 11" © Copyright Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Salix chaenomeloides and S. irrorata by Harriet Carotenuto
Watercolor on Arches 140# hot press, 20" × 16". © Copyright Brooklyn Botanic
Codiaeum variegatum var. pictum 'Petra', 2008 Watercolor on Lanaquarelle 300 lb. hot press, 30 × 22 in. © Copyright Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Harriet Carotenuto is an artist, teacher, and lecturer.
paintings have been exhibited in many museums and juried group shows in the United States and internationally, including exhibits in Japan and England, where she
received a silver medal from the Royal Horticultural Society
has collaborated on numerous group shows of botanical art, including East Meets West, Native Flora of Long Island, The Camellias of Planting Fields Arboretum, and Flora of the Bible.
Flora of the Bible traveled for five years and was exhibited at museums throughout the United States.
Harriet has a B.S. in art education, an MFA degree, and is a graduate of the botanical illustration program at the New York Botanical Garden; she is also a certified trainer of Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain.
taught fine arts for 20 years and now specializes in teaching botanical art.