By UNIVERSAL LAW, NATURAL SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY
THE WALTER RUSSELL FOUNDATION SWANNANOA, WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA
Acrylic on canvas
Painted live at Woods Memorial Pres, Severna Park, MD
Inspired by Genesis 37 (and a famous sermon by Anti-Apartheid activist Allan Boesak called “The Reuben Option”)
Finished this one up on Friday and its absolutely a stunner. 18”x24” Acrylic, spray paint, graphite, and oil pastel on gallery wrapped canvas.
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Fun facts for your Sunday: “Sunlight entering the water may travel about 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) into the ocean under the right conditions, but there is rarely any significant light beyond 200 meters (656 feet). The ocean is divided into three zones based on depth and light level. The upper 200 meters (656 feet) of the ocean is called the euphotic, or "sunlight," zone. This zone contains the vast majority of commercial fisheries and is home to many protected marine mammals and sea turtles.
Only a small amount of light penetrates beyond this depth.
The zone between 200 meters (656 feet) and 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) is usually referred to as the “twilight” zone, but is officially the dysphotic zone. In this zone, the intensity of light rapidly dissipates as depth increases. Such a minuscule amount of light penetrates beyond a depth of 200 meters that photosynthesis is no longer possible.
The aphotic, or “midnight,” zone exists in depths below 1,000 meters (3,280 feet). Sunlight does not penetrate to these depths and the zone is bathed in darkness.”
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
What will you conquer this week⠀
Sunday’s are usually my day to reflect and set an intention for the week. Make no excuses, stop comparing, show up and keep trying. ⠀
You got this community 🙌🏼!⠀
I make what you can’t see visible. I give shape and form to emotions, feeling and memories. Like microscopic forms that form the foundation of our world or the macro world of constellations and galaxies that surround us, it’s a structure but for something that only exists inside you perhaps for only a moment.