Blues for Neptune


Painted after attending the Voyager 2 encounter with Neptune in 1989, Bob used blues and purples to convey the ultimate chill of standing on Triton, the coldest moon in the solar system. Although seen as a bright object in Voyager photos, in reality the sunlight at Neptune’s distance is as feeble as moonlight is here on Earth. An “ice volcano” erupts in the distance.

Print edition of 950. Signed and numbered.


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Limited Edition Print (18''x23''), Limited Edition Framed (23''x28''), Framed Miniature (8''x10'')


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