On a cloud-filled night sky in Taos, the full moon still shines brightly!
In the high desert of northern New Mexico, the atmosphere is thinner than at lower elevations. The effects of this can be seen at night when the full moon is in the sky. It shines so brightly that it’s possible to see clearly enough to walk without any artificial light—even when it’s obscured behind clouds. This painting was from a night such as this!
Full Moon behind Clouds, Original oil on canvas, 9" x 6", by Seamus Berkeley
Framed oil painting ready for hanging.
Seamus Berkeley has been painting or drawing in one form or another from early childhood. His earliest recollection of drawing was at the age of seven when he drew, what else, a portrait. Since that time he has created... Read more