The pachira (pachira aquatica) is a tropical plant whose flowers give edible nuts. Although native to South America, its symbolism is strongest in Asia. According to the Chinese tradition, its palmate leaves resemble hands that catch the good fortune of which the twisted trunk becomes the guardian.

Also popular in Japan and Taiwan, it is often used for ornamental purposes and makes a great housewarming gift by guaranteeing happiness and prosperity to the new home.

The fruits of the pachira are those of the work of art:
To the one who cherishes it, it will exalt his artistic passion and his interior.
To the one who invests, it guarantees a safe, even prosperous investment.

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An hidden talent is pointless

Creating is important. Sharing your work with a public even more.

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Generally, the artist does not only create for their own eyes and hope to share their work at some point. A magical encounter occurs when their art is met by others.

Such encounter is rewarding for the artist in several ways: it highlights the many working hours dedicated to their art and they can enjoy a financial return from sales.

Getting visibility as an artist leaves no room for improvisation since it is a thorny process. It may also be difficult for them to part with their work. It symbolizes hours of work and strong commitment after all.
In addition, covering the various commercial aspects of a sale requires a lot of time which many artist would rather fully invest in creating.

As such, Pachir’art is the ideal intermediary to promote your work and enable you to meet your public.

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