The camera and computer were having difficulty interpreting the colors in this painting. Every exposure resulted in values of blue that were completely different from the original painting. Pthlalo blues shifted from their red to green shades and visa versa. Ultramarines and cobalts popped out where they were never used. Who knows what other interpretations the viewers' monitors will express? And so, we're left with a simple twilight sky and a small pale moon accompanied by the day's last fading light. - Nancy Boudreau
This is an acrylic painting approximately 5" x 7" on gessoed matboard. An original painting for sale directly from the artist.