<center>Orchid Garden (2012) 29"x40" (printed dimensions variable)</center><br/><em>The orchid is a central theme in many of Grant's works, and has its roots in ancient cultures. The Chinese consider it a symbol of fertility, refinement and thoughtfulness. The ancient Greeks thought it represented virility and sexuality. Known for its otherworldly beauty and elegance, the orchid anchors this composition framed by delicate yellows and pinks of the surrounding manuscript.</em></center></br>
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Orchid Garden (2012) 29"x40" (printed dimensions variable)

The orchid is a central theme in many of Grant's works, and has its roots in ancient cultures. The Chinese consider it a symbol of fertility, refinement and thoughtfulness. The ancient Greeks thought it represented virility and sexuality. Known for its otherworldly beauty and elegance, the orchid anchors this composition framed by delicate yellows and pinks of the surrounding manuscript.
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