Pandora's Box

  • By Hailey Boudreaux
  • 27 Nov, 2012
Our second metal working project was to make something that told a story. I chose the story of Pandora’s box, but decided to give it a modern twist. Instead of a box I made a locket, that when opened just like Pandora’s box released the evils of the world. The evils are represented here by etched illustrations hinged inside the piece. Each etched triangle depicts one of the seven deadly sins represented as fruit. The eye on the outside represents the all seeing eye and was enameled onto the front with cloisonné metal pieces in between. Enamel was extremely exiting to work with since I loved the idea of adding color to my piece. Can’t wait to play more with this! The possibilities are filling my sketchbooks!

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