Confusius’ thoughts on orchids, “The orchid grows where others cannot enduring the hardships of hunger and thirst, and is loosely tied to the things that support it. And, even with all the difficulty of its life, the orchid graces the world with beautiful color and rare fragrance. This is like the life of the true gentleman, who sets himself to learn self-discipline, and whose character shines no matter where he is or what he experiences.” (from The Fragrance of the Unread Poem by Jonathan Steffan).
May we all learn in this time to be more like the orchid; to endure, have self-discipline, and to show character and grace.
Bring a bit of beauty into your home with this art print lovingly created by artist Heather S Vitticore.
Available as an 8"x 10" art print, with additional white border
Easily place into a ready made frame or hang on its own
Hand initialed in pencil at bottom right corner (please let me know if you have another preference)
Printed in house with ultra premium presentation paper and archival inks
Print will be packaged and shipped with a backing board and placed in a protective sleeve
Packaged and shipped in house in Fairport, NY
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