I love Hellebore, also known as the Winter rose in NZ. These beautiful flowers bloom in the dark winter months, providing hope that spring is not too far away.
Named after it’s famous use as a poison, Hellebore is from the Greek word ‘Helleborus’ - meaning “to harm” and “food”. Hellebore is rich in myths and folklore. From the battlefields of the Greek, besieging a city by poisoning it's water supplies; to witches mixing potions to enable them to fly or be invisible.
I’m learning that flowers have a symbolic meaning. Hellebore’s is Tranquility and Protection against calumny, scandal or anxiety.
When you look at this artwork, I like to think you feel a sense of tranquility, strength and hope.
Details & Dimensions
457 x 304 mm | 18 x 12 " / Signed Limited Edition of 25 609 x 406 mm | 24 x 16 " / Signed Limited Edition of 25 762 x 508 mm | 30 x 20 " / Signed Limited Edition of 25
Prints are image size plus 50mm white border.
Artwork includes Certificate of Authenticity.
Printed on high quality fine art giclée (inkjet) print on premium archival fine art matte paper.
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