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Botanical Paintings by Laura Garcia Serventi

Laura Garcia Serventi was born and raised in Argentina. She studied Painting at the School of Fine Arts “Prilidiano Pueyrredon” in Buenos Aires and then Photography at the Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Italy. She moved to New York in 2007 and has been working and living there ever since. Her illustrations and paintings are inspired by her love for the natural world, especially tropical plants, cactus, and succulents. Her shop on Etsy: artandpeople.


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