'Bird of paradise', inspired by botanical artist William Curtis. An English botanist & entomologist. From Alton, Hampshire. (b. 1746 - d. 1799)
'Sturt pea', inspired by botanical artist Fanny Elizabeth de Mole. Born in London. Migrated to South Australia. Wrote and illustrated the first book on wildflowers. (b. 1835 - d. 1866)
'Tulips & butterflies', inspired by original botanical artist Robert Thornton, an English physician and botanical writer. He wrote "The British Flora of 1812." He studied in Cambridge. (b. 1768 - d. 1837)
'Mala', inspired by original botanical artist, Pietro Andrea Mattioli (b. 1501 - d. 1577)
'Indian Lily Daffodil', inspired by original botanical artist, Christopher Jacob Tree, Nuremberg, 1750-1773.