are terrific, and it was a pleasure to see them. I regard
you as a first-category talent in this difficult field."
Brain J Ford, author of
Images of Science: A history of scientific illustration
(The British Library, 1992)
"I used to think
that we would soon be running out of superb botanical talent.
But that talent is not declining. Those British artists
keep on coming. They are the best in botanical art overall."
James White, curator of
the Hunt Institute's Ninth Exhibition of Botanical Documentation
1999. English exhibitors included Pandora Sellars, Josephine
Hague and Georita Harriott.
"The Garden frequently
works with Georita and she plays a very valuable role in
documenting and 'publishing' our collections."
Juliet Day, Cambridge University
Botanic Gardens, 2006.
The Lavandula Monograph:
of the individual lavandula species are accompanied by superb
watercolours all detailing habit, flowering shoot, flower
spike and an enlarged cyme."
Joan Head, curator of the
National Collection of Lavenders and editor of the Lavender
"To our three truly
remarkable artists, whose work once seen will never be forgotten.
Georita Harriott, Cristabel King and Joanna Langhorne. Congratulations
on winning an RHS gold medal."
Susyn Andrews and Dr Tim
Upson, authors of the Kew Lavandula Monograph, Kew 2004.