Afternoon at Azurite Falls Canvas
by Kim Poor
This large canvas giclee is a composite of several waterfalls in Iceland, where there was an International Space Art Workshop. Glacial meltwater in the short summer forms runoff and waterfalls everywhere. Basalts form in hexagonal columns (like Devil's Tower, WY) from rapidly cooling volcanic eruptions. The original painting was 6 x 3 feet. This is a hypothetical icy moon experiencing a periodic summer melt. Framed in copper aluminum.
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