Since the sky is one of my favorite subjects when I paint, I’ve gotten to know a lot about the heavens above. One night recently I stood in awe as I gazed at what looked like a “Supernova,” as I named the piece or an explosion of a star. Astronomers say the last supernova visible to the naked-eye was in 1987, so I know it was just the moon playing tricks on me. This painting practically glows and is so stunning that I felt it needed a grand frame.
Featured: Supernova, 5×7 inches framed acrylic on canvas.
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