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Shivani Patel Art Studio

The Orchid Garden - Archival Print

The Orchid Garden - Archival Print

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This composition is very close to my heart. It was inspired by my visit to the National Orchid Garden, within the Singapore Botanical Gardens in February 2023. It started off as an exploration of colour and forms in my sketchbook, where I wanted to capture the beauty of the stunning varieties of orchids that I got to witness. Their alien-like strangeness drew me in, with each species displaying a unique combination of colours and patterns like nothing I've ever seen before. 

My fascination with the orchids poured out onto my sketchbook into this painting, which received so much love from my community. It's now a joy to be able to offer "The Orchid Garden" to you all as a print, so you can share in my marvel at the world around us from your own home. 

It was originally painted with gouache on paper. 

Please note : Frame not included. Image with frame is only representative.

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  • Sizing Details

    Small Prints : 5X7 Inches - Makes a great gift or addition to your desk

    Regular Prints : 8X10 Inches - Standard Frame Size

    Medium Prints : 11X14 Inches - A beautiful size to adorn your walls and showcase the art

    Large Prints : 16X20 Inches - Perfect for a highlighted spot in your home or office

Museum Grade Archival Printing

All prints are done with high quality archival pigment-based inks on 100% acid-free, museum-grade fine art papers.

Gilcée Prints (or Archival Prints) are designed to last you a really long time. These are printed on an inkjet printer which ‘sprays ink’. These printers use 12 pigment-based inks instead of the usual 4 dye-based inks, so colour reproduction is more accurate.

The paper is also textured, similar to the papers that the original paintings are made on, making them look very much like an actual painting, rather than a print. 

There can be a minor difference in colours in the physical prints from what you see on screen.