These Lunaberry Moths are figments of my imagination from my book, THE WORLD OF GLIMPSE.
Lunaberry Moths never stop …
Baking and Making,
Shaping and Forming,
Turning out, Churning out,
In the original painting and in the prints, I have captured their positive energy, industriousness, and creativity – all elements of a joy-filled life.
I love the color pink! It highlights the various hues of the juxtaposing, surrounding, and crisscrossing colors of nature. Just think about the hues of pink in flowers and spring blossoms and how emotive their appearance can be. Think about cherry blossoms, pink tulips, carnations, camellias, and fuchsias. What about flamencos? Even though they’re not naturally pink – their diet of brine and blue-green algae contains a natural pink dye called canthaxanthin.
Just think about the hues of pink in flowers and spring blossoms and how emotive their appearance can be!
I am delighted with the prints! It is truly wonderful that because of new technologies today, fine art printmaking now allows for beautiful museum quality prints that are not only an enhancement to your own home or office, but also, a thoughtful gift from you to others. My prints are affordable links to my original paintings.
“Lunaberry Moths” looks beautiful on various sizes of canvas, or on any of the 50 different print sizes on seven different papers. Each piece of art is printed on different archival quality substrate and is produced using archival inks guaranteed to last for 75 years without fading or loss of color. How marvelous that one painting can enjoy so many lifetimes!