Patricia Domínguez studied a Master in Studio Art at Hunter College in New York (2011-2013) and a Botanical and Natural Science Certificate at the NYBG New York Botanical Garden (2010-2012). She was an artist in residence at the Palaeontology Department of the American Museum of Natural History (2011), was a visiting student at the advanced illustration program Chelsea School of Botanical, London (2017) and participated in short workshops with Asuka Hishiki, New York (2012), Indian miniature painting, India and Tanka Painting, Nepal (both 2012).
She is a founder member of Círculo de Ilustradores Naturalistas de Chile and from Studio Vegetalista.
Studio Vegestalista has produced work for numerous institutions such as American Museum of Natural History, Museo de Historia Natural de Chile, Hudson Seed Library, Deer Biology Congress, Libro Homeostasis, Libro Ayni, Libro Parque Bicentenario and for contemporary artists like Darren Bader and Martin Roth.
Her illustration work has been reviewed in the press like Diario El Mercurio, Diario La Tercera, Ladera Sur, and Revista Paula.
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Studio Vegetalista is a platform for producing experimental ethnobotanical knowledge and research through interdisciplinary practice that combines art, ethnobotany, and healing cosmologies.
Over the last 10 years, Studio Vegetalista has developed a school, publications, interviews and experimental essays around the current relationship between human and plants.
Studio Vegetalista is directed by artist Patricia Domínguez, alongside collaborators and peers. We are open to receive experimental ethnobotanical proposals, essays, residencies, and projects.