The Story Behind the Art
NASA says: “A supernova remnant (SNR) is the remains of a supernova explosion. SNRs are extremely important for understanding our galaxy.
They heat up the interstellar medium, distribute heavy elements throughout the galaxy, and accelerate cosmic rays.”
The artwork on the front of this card is not a NASA image. If you google “Supernova Remnant” you will see that the art fits well within the realm of possibility of what can be seen in space. This was created when I was exploring the liquify feature in Photoshop.
Many people think that I paint "Hubble" images. Not so. Never a copy.
Did you know that this piece of art graces the backdrop in a kitchen? Wouldn't you rather be looking off into space as you stir a pot? Here is a grand idea that was created with this piece of art and the glass magic of Joy Day of Spherical Magic in Washington State. A local tile company placed the glass tile that Joy created with the art embedded in it as a glorious backdrop. The color of the art can be changed to match YOUR kitchen or any other location where you want to have glass tile. ANY of our art can be embedded into tile. Call me at 775-424-2548 for a referral to complete your project.
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