Green Rock…Rockin’ Rover


During Apollo 15’s second EVA at Station 6A, the astronauts were surprised by a light green layer in a boulder on the Apennine Front. The dust on the slope was deep, and the parked lunar rover, precariously balanced on only three wheels, started slipping downhill. Jim Irwin knelt down and held the rover in place, while mission commander Dave Scott photographed and took samples of the rock, which contained an abundance of magnesium oxide rich, green glass spheres. This is a reverse point of view of the same moment seen in my other piece: “The High Point”.

Print edition of 100. Signed by artist and numbered.

Giclée print using archival quality ink on Epson Velvet Fine Art paper.

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Print Only (17 x 22 in), Framed (22 x 27 in)


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