Abstract piece in earthy tones inspired by geysers I experienced in Bolivia, South America.
Sol de Mañana (meaning ‘morning sun’ in Spanish) is a geothermal field in the Sur Lípez Province of south-western Bolivia, characterised by intense volcanic activity which creates boiling mud lakes and steam pools.
There were huge craters containing a thick, bubbling, clay-like substance, steam rising off its surface. The colours of the craters ranged from fiery reds, to rusty browns and golden yellows, and the boiling liquid inside bubbled away in various shades of whites, greys, browns, and blues.
$450.00 Regular Price
Acrylic inks on canvas