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Saturn, Original oil painting

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Size

Original oil painting by Sarah Soward. Oil on canvas. 36x36 inches, unframed. The canvas is stretched on 1.5 inch stretcher bars and is gallery wrapped.

Saturn is part of the Stellae Errantes (Wandering Stars) series. The painting is heavily influenced by NASA's photos of Saturn, especially the hexagonal storm at its north pole. The planet's rings are alluded to with the position of the elephant's trunk and the smaller elephants walking around in a ring. The smaller elephants represent Saturn's children. He's famous for eating his offspring. These are the ones who survived. Even though a subject can be dark, it doesn't mean that it must be.

Materials

Oil on canvas

Dimensions

36x36x1.5 inches

Care Instructions

Display your artwork out of direct sunlight in a dry location and enjoy!

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