Leigh Ann Gale is a qualified and published botanical artist and tutor, based in Sussex.

About the artist

Who is Leigh Ann Gale? An established botanical artist located in the south east, Leigh Ann is passionate about creating botanical art and illustration, exhibiting her artwork and teaching her subject to others.

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Artwork galleries

Presented in five unique galleries, view the diversity and detail in this collection of Leigh Ann’s botanical watercolour paintings of numerous species in the plant and fungi kingdoms.

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Courses & workshops

Would you like to learn the art of botanical painting? Leigh Ann can accommodate your tuition needs in a friendly and relaxed setting. She offers a range of courses, workshops and classes throughout the year.

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Books, paintings & prints

Whether you love plants, flowers or fruits, Leigh Ann’s original botanical artwork, prints and books are for sale here in the Shop. You can also discover her collection of greetings cards available to purchase in her Etsy store.

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Leigh Ann Gale botanical art books

New paperback edition of Botanical Illustration – the complete guide

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Leigh Ann is pleased to announce that a new paperback edition of her first book Botanical Illustration - the complete guide will be published on…
Click Clock Gallery Botanical Exhibition May 2023

Students’ Botanical Art Exhibition at the Click Clock Gallery, Croydon, 2nd-26th May 2023

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Exhibition extended to 30th June 2023 Leigh Ann is thrilled to be holding an exhibition of her current students' work at the Croydon Clock Tower,…
Pelargonium Sidoides botanical leaves illustration

New book – Drawing and Painting Leaves

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After the success of her first two books, Leigh Ann is delighted to announce she has been commissioned to write a third book Drawing and…
The Artist book review

Book review by Henry Malt – ‘The Artist’ magazine

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Leigh Ann is pleased to share the following review of her book Colour for Botanical Artists and Illustrators by Henry Malt, which appeared in The…