♥ Eye of God (Helix Nebula) – Acrylic Finger painting by Wendy-lee Pinas


Eye of God (Helix Nebula)

The Helix Nebula is a large planetary nebula located approximately 695 light years from Earth in Aquarius constellation. It is the nearest bright nebula to our solar system. The nebula’s striking appearance earned it the nickname the Eye of God.

I made this painting because it reminds me of how in today’s society every move we make is being watched and analyzed and of how our personal lives became a subject of trade.

Eye of God (Helix Nebula) - Acrylic Painting by Wendy-lee Pinas (Medium)

Title: Eye of God
Description: The Helix Nebula is a large planetary nebula located approximately 695 light years from Earth in Aquarius constellation. It is the nearest bright nebula to our solar system. The nebula’s striking appearance earned it the nickname the Eye of God.
I made this painting because it reminds me of how in today’s society every move we make is being watched and analyzed and how privacy became a subject of trade.
Material: Acrylic paint on canvas
Artist: Wendy-lee Pinas © Soulvisiondesigns
Date: 15 – 16 August 2018
Category: Astronomy, Nature, Awareness
Theme: Eyes from the skies
Part of a series: Astronomy
Technique: 3D fingerpainting and brushes
Framed: Yes
Dimensions: Height 40 cm, Wide 50 cm, Depth 1 cm
Weight: Light <1kg

Overview of My Latest Art Works: https://wp.me/p5v2u3-aG
Website: www.soulvisiondesigns.nl | WLP-Art

 


There are many beautiful nebula’s in our nightsky, also similar to The Eye of God.
The above painting will be the first in a series: ‘Eyes from the skies’ 🙂

More about The Helix Nebula (NGC 7293): Eye of God

 

 


 

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  1. Pingback: ♥ Latest Art Works by Wendy-lee Pinas @ Soulvisiondesigns | Soulvisiondesigns

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