Alissa Alfonso dreams of puffy clouds, idyllic landscapes, and kaleidoscope skies enhanced with phytotherapy. She always embraced a deep connection to the natural world through her art. That connection is deeply rooted in her subconscious, where her imagination reconstructs nature in her artistic practice. Her creations are a complex mix of emotions, memories, and passions that preserve the natural world, the way he enjoys seeing it. They highlight the beauty that we can find in nature, without downplaying the devastation we have unleashed. The "Nature Medicine" collection of soft sculptures is an excellent example of her artistic approach. Created entirely from textile waste, these finely detailed and hand-dyed fabric sculptures are modeled after traditional medicinal plants, mushrooms, and botanicals. The replicated healing plants in this collection include everything from "Purple Kush" cannabis to vitamin C-packed "Strawberries." These pieces represent a deeper connection to the natural world, acknowledging their historical use by humans. Food is one of the most fundamental ways that humans connect with nature. It is a source of food, pleasure and tradition.