Excerpt form "Crusoe in England" by Elizabeth Bishop
"A new volcano has erupted,
the papers say, and last week I was reading
where some ship saw an island being born:
at first a breath of steam, ten miles away;
and then a black fleck—basalt, probably—
rose in the mate’s binoculars
and caught on the horizon like a fly.
They named it. But my poor old island’s still
None of the books has ever got it right."
- Title: New Island Being Born
- Medium: Mixed media, acrylic, water miscible oil, marble paste, sand, varnish.
- Support: Wood, black painted sides.
- Size: 36" x 36" x 1.5"
- Colors: blues, orange, red, touch of purple, black, white, Venetian red, aqua blue.
- Multiple layers of color, textured, mixed media
- Two coats of protective gloss varnish are applied to protect the painting from UV rays and dust. The sides of the canvas are painted so it's ready to hang.
- Painting is signed and dated by the artist as well as accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
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acrylic, oil, sand, transparent color for glass, acrylic polymer