Monday, October 1st, 2012
This piece is of course related to the Fairytale Sky series, but something about the way the moon was surrounded by a halo of silver demanded a different name. The clouds are looser, too, lots of extra curls and and brushstrokes escaping the main spirals. I got to use some nifty new paint on them, a duochrome aqua that changes from bluer to greener depending on the angle and the light.
The whole painting is small enough to tuck into a corner of your desk and give you a bit of mystery whenever you want it.
Misty Moon, 6″x4″ watercolor on paper, nfs (sold).
Above and below you can see the art from different angles, with the mist showing up sky blue or aqua green depending on how the light hits.
And below you can see it in its frame, all ready to make its way to your desk, bedside table or bookshelf.
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Categories: Daily Art, Flowers, Trees and Landscapes, Whimsical and Strange
Tags: black paper, duochrome, fairytale sky, iridescent, moon, nfs, sold, watercolor
Relatively sure I has this one? Unless of course you have 2?
Gah, you do! Sorry, I apparently didn’t go fix the post. All better now. 😉