Pauline Goldsmith appointed to ASBA board
Coconut Grove artist Pauline Goldsmith, left, has been appointed to the board of directors of the American Society of Botanical Artists (ASBA), based in New York City. Her multi-year term begins in September 2013 at ASBA’s annual conference in Pittsburgh.
The organization, whose members hail from around the world, will hold its 2015 conference in Miami.
Pauline, who is a house manager at The Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center in Miami, is co-chairman of Tropical Botanic Artists, a collective of Miami-based botanical artists, and is active with the Miami Watercolor Society and GroveHouse Artists. She exhibits her watercolors widely in the South Florida area and is increasingly involved in promoting environmental art.
Originally from the United Kingdom, Pauline arrived in the United States 25 years ago and has never looked back, having resided in Philadelphia, Boston and Miami. “When I moved to South Florida, I found my spiritual home in the tropics,” says Pauline, whose work is in the permanent collections of Florida International University and private collections in the US and UK.
She has worked in the global bio-pharmaceutical industry for nearly forty years, either in the UK, France or the United States
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