Jill Chuckowree


I have always had an interest in plants and animals and a desire to paint them. It wasn’t until Lauren Black came to Tasmania and started taking botanical illustration classes that I was able to satisfy this desire to paint plants.

Being a member of Botaniko has enabled me to not only continue with botanical illustration but to indulge in some historical research as well and this has been a very interesting and fulfilling experience.

Latest Works (2020)

These 4 watercolours are some of plants found on the Wind Song property, on the East Coast of Tasmania, and part of the “Discovering the Flora of Wind Song: Botanical Art and Science” exhibition at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery .