Pan and Syrinx Picture

Syrinx was once the most beautiful and purest of all the river nymphs. One day the wild Greek god Pan saw Syrinx dancing through the forest. So taken by her beauty, he chased after her lustfully along the riverside. But syrinx did not want to be loved. She prayed to the river god to save her. Just when pan had reached out to embrace her, he found himself holding the long slender reeds that grow by the river. To save Syrinx's purity the river god had turned her into the water reeds. Pan was overtaken by sorrow. He cut the long reeds and fastened them into a pipe which he named Syrinx, and played sweet but sad songs to remind him of her.

Hey guys! I've been hung up on this painting for a while. It seems like it's still empty, but when I try to add anything else it feels to crowded. I wanted to know what, if anything, you think is missing from the painting? Or if you think it is done? I'm ready to just tuck it away for a while and maybe come back to it again in the future. I hope you enjoy it anyways!
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