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Pascal Lee

On The Moon, 2021

Painting : oil 4 x 4 x 0.5 inch

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Pascal Lee, On The Moon

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We landed on the impact melt floor of a crater on the Moon and looked back at the Earth out our porthole window. Our rocketship was now quiet, its long shadow lined by a glory of scattered light from the cloud of condensed water still enveloping the ship. I painted this scene on a 4 inch-diameter wooden coaster, and framed it under glass in a 6.5 inch-diameter porthole-styled picture frame.
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Professional art gallery • Santa Clara, United States

Artsper seller since 2021

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Dimensions cm inch
4 x 4 x 0.5 inch
Framing
Green resin frame with glass
Artwork dimensions including frame
6.5 x 6.5 x 1 inch
Type
Unique work
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Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
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Pascal Lee

Pascal Lee

United States

Painters

American artists

I am a planetary scientist who loves to draw and paint. My artwork is about space and time, and our tiny yet hopeful place in their vastness. I draw and paint about our distant past, events we've survived, our profound cosmic loneliness, and where we might go from here. 

Mars is the challenge of our time. Humans going to Mars will be greatest adventure in space exploration this century. Beyond Mars, we will journey to Saturn's moon, Titan, and one day, to the stars and deep into spacetime.

I have in my garage a primitive spacetime machine in which I can, at considerable risk, visit distant worlds and other epochs. My artwork is the travel log.

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