The story of Pandora's Box is an interesting one. I discovered that there are a few ways to interpret the story. The common one is that Pandor opened a box containing all kinds of evils. The evils escape and Pandor puts the lid back on the box trapping hope inside.
The one depicted is a bit different. Instead of holding evils the box (shown as a jar here) there are all the good things about humans in the box, what the Romans called Graces. In this version, the box is opened and all the good things about humans escape, only trapping Hope. I used a jar for two reasons, 1. The word was mistranslated and should have been jar anyway. 2. The jar is clay, the same material the Roman myths say humans are created from. This makes the jar a representation of humans.
The flowers representing the Graces are:
Joy = Crepe Myrtle,
Harmony = Phlox,
Security = Plumeria,
Fairness/Honesty = Platycodon
Mercy/Compassion = Red Lotus
Freedom = Bird of Paradise
Happiness = Pink Rose
Peace = Olive Branch
Worth = Buttercup
Hope = Snowdrop
With a 12x14 warm grey matt and backing board. Ready to frame in whatever frame you have on hand
Also available as an 8x10 Laser print, and print on demand for various sizes.
Graces Escape - Matted Art Print
Each print is prepared and printed as requested. I use Epson inks, and either Elegance Velvet Fine Art Paper or Optica One 300gsm, depending on the medium of the original.
Since these are ink prints it is advised that you avoid moisture as the inks will bleed.
Each print is printed with enough white area to be put into a mat then framed. If you choose not to mat the print you will need to trim the excess to fit the frame.