Edge of the World
I had such fun painting this landscape of ice. I am attracted to images of ice floes, ice shelfs, and glaciers not only because they are a wonderful combination of blue and white but also often feature very sensuous shapes due to water sculpturing. I brought out the seemingly soft, flesh-like shapes of the ice here to emphasize our connection to the Earth in all its forms, even those apparently hostile to life (or at least our kind of life). A fingernail moon completes the scene; this shape of moon is always the coldest-seeming to me, like a fine shell of frost in the sky.
The giclee prints are on 100% cotton archival fine art paper, colors are matched to the original by the artist, and they are signed on the back. The original painting is 9 x 12"/23 x 30cm on canvas with a traditional 3/4"/2cm profile and requires a frame.