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The Orchid Alliance Project - Bridging Art & Science,
designed by artist Patricia Laspino, is an important endeavor
with global significance.

Using orchids as a metaphor, the collaborative project explores
connections between art and science, uniting participants who
share a common sensibility for global stewardship.

The watchword of the Orchid Alliance Project is “Awareness”.
Seeking to increase awareness and appreciation for the beauty
and diversity of the natural world, the project links the historical,
biological and cultural significance of the orchid  through  the
vehicle of art.
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Patricia Laspino
Heaven Scent
Original Oil on Canvas, 48" x 48"
Gallery Wrapped on 1 1/2" Depth Stretcher Bar
Ports of Paradise Orchid
Original Oil on Canvas, 60" x 48"
Gallery Wrapped on 1 1/2" Depth Stretcher Bar
The Michelle Obama Orchid
Original Oil on Canvas, 60" x 48"
Gallery Wrapped on 1 1/2" Depth Stretcher Bar
Original Oil on Canvas, 36" x 36"
Gallery Wrapped on 1 1/2" Depth Stretcher Bar

Inspired by the herbaceous hybrid peony, Coral Charm
"Awakening"
"Watershed"
Original Oil on Canvas, 48" x 36"
Gallery Wrapped on 1 1/2" Depth Stretcher Bar

Inspired by the Egret Flower, Pecteilis radiata and the Great Egret, Ardea alba
Artist Notes:
As an artist, I think of my work as an evolutionary process akin to what occurs in nature. The more I study nature, the more I am deeply
committed to conveying its spirituality. My latest painting entitled, “WATERSHED”, expresses the essence of nature’s beauty and wonder by
bringing together two striking icons of evolution - the orchid flower and the egret bird.

The painting “Watershed” illustrates that nature is a rich tapestry of complexities and similarities. The human tendency is to often take
nature, all of its beauty and wonder for granted; that everything we value will always be present. We often view nature as a separate entity
apart from ourselves, something we can visit on the weekends or holidays to get away and decompress. But do we see, and most
importantly feel, how magnificent and vital the natural world around us really is to our physical, emotional and socio-economic well-being?
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