Danielle Golinski is a freelance illustrator based in Fenton, Michigan, who specializes in floral illustrations and botanical patterns.

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My interest in flora, plants, and botanicals began at a young age as a result of spending a lot of time in nature. Over the years, my expertise in botanical illustration has developed due to a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Arizona State University and over 12 years of professional freelance experience working with companies such as Martha Stewart Living and Princeton Architectural Press in addition to multiple world-renowned chefs. As an illustrator who specializes in botanical and plant illustration, I nurture this focus by studying nature through my love of hiking and gardening. What I love most about illustrating plants is observing the diversity of nature. Each plant has details that make it unique. To create successful botanical and plant illustrations I believe it's important to work closely with the client to bring their ideas to life while also maintaining my signature style. For me, the two most important qualities of a successful botanical illustration are its ability to capture and enhance the overall vibe of the project, while also connecting to the reader, shopper, etc. I continue to explore nature, create new ideas in my sketch book, and stay up to date with design software.


  • Martha Stewart Living
  • Princeton Architectural Press
  • Dana Thompson Consulting
  • Suttons Seed Company
  • Chef Eric Adjepong


    Which flower do you draw the most?
    Peonies and wildflowres are my favorite flowers to illustrate.

    What grows in your garden?
    My garden has a ton of herbs, heirloom tomatoes, and a variety of flowers

    What do flowers symbolize to you?
    The wonder and beauty of nature.

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