Thalassa – 24×48

Thalassa, both a moon orbiting Neptune and the Greek word for “sea”, was discovered in the 1989 as the Voyager 2 probe approached Neptune.  Due to tidal deceleration, Thalassa is on an inward spiral towards Neptune and will eventually impact it’s atmosphere and break into a planetary ring.  This piece, inspired by the relationship between the moon and it’s planet, spirals inward into the blues, creating the inward radiating effect.

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