Fly Me to The Moon

A bright orange moon and two silhouetted egrets grace this colorful painting.

Moon painting
Fly Me To The Moon © Copyright 2020 – Present

$180




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About this Moon Painting

painting a an orange moon
Frame not included.

Title: Fly Me To The Moon
Size: 9″ w x 12″ h
Support: Canvas Panel Board
Shape: Vertical (portrait)
Description: A vibrant painting of a bright orange moon in the night sky with two egrets in silhouette. One egret is perched atop a tree in silhouette, while the other is in flight. A starry sky and a blue glow from Earth’s atmosphere can be seen behind the full moon. The painting is signed by artist Teresa Bernard.

This painting is hand-painted on a quality canvas panel board. It requires framing prior to display.

certificate of authenticity

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Artist Comments

The most eye-catching feature of this painting is that big orange moon in the night sky silhouetted by an egret. Looking at it, one can easily imagine what it would be like to “fly away” to Earth’s only satellite.

The night sky is one of my favorite things. I love looking up at it to see the vastness of outer space, the faraway planets, the milky way along with all the stars and constellations, and of course, Earth’s moon in whichever stage it happens to be in at the time. I especially love seeing our moon shining so brightly it makes the night look like it’s daytime!

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(2013)
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“Beautiful paintings. Love the egrets flying in front of an orange moon.” — X Oh, Science, Space & Technology News 🚀, Gab

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UPDATED: 18 July 2022

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