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While many Miami artists have hightailed it to New York and Los Angeles, Naomi Fisher always keeps one foot in Florida. More than a home, the state serves as inspiration for her multimedia works. The daughter of a botanist at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden grew up immersed in lush, native and exotic vegetation that eventually became a widely documented subject along with feminism and myths. Her friezes in flora and fauna themes adorning the gardens new Rose McQuillan Arts Center debut in Spring 2014. Its been a busy season for Fisher with solo and group shows at the University of Florida and the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, respectively, on top of running BFI alternative art space in downtown Miami. We turn to her for art-related gifts.