16inx20in painting in a 20x24 purple frame with copper accents. Art is epoxied into the frame and cannot be removed.
I see two distinct figures watching the night sky together in this portrait as it rips open before their very eyes. Which is a lot of what the last three years have felt like. But I guess, for me, it's been within that ever-shifting, seemingly ending, and constant restructuring where the magic of the mundane aspects of everyday life shine through. I just want to be in my house looking up at the full chrome-colored moon in the sky with my partner, with some food in the slow cooker on any given day. No dramatics, no fear - just the simplicity of real life under a constantly changing sky.