As part of the Major Arcana watercolour print series, the Death print represents the thirteenth card of the major arcana cards in a Tarot deck.
While many believe the Death card is a negative card, it has many positive aspects. It signifies change and transformation, only the ending of one phase to allow another to begin. We must be open to possibilities and that there are numerous opportunities to grow and learn on any scale. Death releases us from things we have no more use for. We cling to the past as we fear change, but Death reminds us to take new opportunities to explore life. Death reminds us not to become rigid in our thinking as if there is only one way to live. We must be open to possibilities.
A hyacinth is depicted as it is the flower of death and rebirth from the death. Matching with what the Death card represents, both tell us that the death of something does not always mean finality. There are possibilities to grow and to accept new ways of living and thought.