Aaron Apsley

Aaron Apsley

Creating Botanical Art

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If you enjoy my illustrations and want to show a little support, this tier is for you. You'll have access to one monthly blog post where I talk about the featured plants that month, along with downloadable phone backgrounds. I may occassionally do bonus posts about my garden, but those won't be every month. 

*Please note downloadable versions of my prints are not part of my patreon, as I do not sell digital files of my work.
  • Plant of the Month blog post
  • Phone wallpaper downloads
  • My thanks for your support!

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For lovers of snail mail - once a month you'll get an envelope in the mail from me with a few stickers or a magnet, a few mini prints, or whatever else I can send for the price of a stamp! Each month will be themed around a different group of plants. You'll also get a 10% off code for my website, and one blog post talking about that month's featured plant group, along with downloadable phone wallpapers. I may occasionally do additional blog posts about my painting process or my garden, but those won't be every month. *This tier is open to international subscribers, but please allow additional time for delivery. International mail has been taking 30 days on average. Rewards are typically mailed out mid-month, so you may not receive a month's rewards until the following month. *Please note downloadable versions of my prints are not part of my patreon, as i do not sell digital files of my work.

  • Monthly Mail with Stickers and Postcards
  • Plant of the Month blog post
  • Phone wallpaper downloads
  • 10% off on my website
  • My thanks for your support!

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About Aaron Apsley

Thanks for checking out my Patreon! I'm a botanical artist living and working in Southwest Florida. While living in New York City after college, I became interested in houseplants - cacti, tropical foliage, and other exotic species that helped bring a bit of nature back into the urban world. Even though I was raised in the rural Midwest and have always loved and appreciated forests and plant life, the exotic plants of New York City's botanical gardens and plant shops became a new focus for my career in botanical art. Moving to Southwest Florida in 2019 has provided an incredible opportunity to be surrounded by tropical plants and also to collect and maintain a garden full of botanical subjects.

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