36 x 36 x 1.5
The first full moon of the year is called the Wolf Moon. My rendition was created during January to capture the energy of the moon born deep in the crevice of the winter sky. It is painted in the colors of the winter prairie, including the pale yellow of dormant grass, rich brownness of soil and icy white. The painting has thick, hand-made stone texture embedded with seeds, grain and wheat. I used large amounts of iron oxidized to rust to symbolize that time is fleeting. The painting contains freshly burnt Eastern Red Cedar ash along with topsoil, snow, cedar berries, earth pigments and acrylic. Together, the elements remind us to be stalwart in the face of difficulty.
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