EQUINOX - 120 x 190
Equinox comes from the Latin words “aequi,” which means equal, and “nox,” meaning night. On the equinox, day and night are of nearly equal length across the planet. To the ancient Greeks, the September equinox marked the return of the goddess Persephone to the darkness of the underworld, where she was reunited with her husband Hades.
TIMAEUS - 140 x 190
Timaeus is one of Plato's dialogues that puts forward an elaborate account of the formation of the universe and its impressive order and beauty. Plato proposes that the universe is the product of rational, purposive, and beneficent agency. It is the handiwork of a divine Craftsman (Demiurge) who, imitating an unchanging and eternal model, imposes mathematical order on a preexistent chaos to generate the ordered universe (kosmos).
AEGIS - 125 x 197
The word aegis is identified with protection by a strong force with its roots in Greek mythology. The aegis of Athena (interpreted as an animal skin or a shield) is referred to in several places in the Iliad. "It produced a sound as from a myriad roaring dragons (Iliad, 4.17) and was borne by Athena in battle."