Luna is the divine embodiment of the Moon and associated with silver. Linking two ideas together, the pattern of this artwork corresponds to this metal and the cracked and disfigured surface to the terrain of the moon. Cyan Hues bleed from the side of this hanging to give it a coolness. When viewed light falls in different way across the hexagonal formations. The surface form has an optical effect of making the squares pops
in or out according to which way the viewer looks at it.
Medium: Polyurethane & Polypropylene, Card, Acrylic paint, Silver leaf, Aluminium
Dimensions: W 65 cm H 59 cm D 7cm
By: Paul & Mark Cummings