Shepherd’s Delight (Original)
Shepherd’s Delight, an acrylic painting from 1996. This is an impression of a hypothetical Earth-type planet in the vicinity of Barnard 33, also known as the Horsehead Nebula because, well, it looks like a horse’s head. At least that’s what people claim. So what you’re seeing here is a cloud of gas emitting red light, with a dark, absorbent cloud, in the shape of a horsehead, superimposed on top of it. Nature speaks in strange ways. The title comes from the expression “Red sky at night, Shepherd’s Delight”.
Acrylic on 16”x20” Board.
Available framed or unframed.
PRICE: $1,500.00 UNFRAMED
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