Callanish Stones and Noctilucent Clouds Fine Art Print with Hanger

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Size A4 Landscape

Frame Style Black Frame

Transform your artwork into a contemporary, premium print that comes ready to hang. Our slimline wooden poster hangers come with a discrete magnetic fastening to keep your prints perfectly secure. Hand-crafted from beautiful, solid wood, our picture hangers are ideal for displaying prints using a simple, contemporary design.

About the Artwork

Midsummer in the Outer Hebrides it never gets properly dark. Neverending twilight means that for about 10 weeks between May and August the sun sets but still lights up the sky enough through the night so we lose sight of the stars and Aurora. Sometimes Noctilucent/Night shining clouds appear high up in the earth's atmosphere they are formed of ice crystals and reflect the sun's rays from a certain angle. https://gostargazing.co.uk/2021/05/30/see-noctilucent-clouds-in-summer-2021/ I took this image one beautiful summer night at Callanish in 2019. I entered it in the @ArtGemini Prize competition and was chosen as a finalist. It was also used in their advertising for that year. The trip to London and the Art gallery exhibition experience was amazing. Not one I've managed to repeat, yet :)

Transform your artwork into a contemporary, premium print that comes ready to hang. Our slimline wooden poster hangers come with a discrete magnetic fastening to keep your prints perfectly secure. Hand-crafted from beautiful, solid wood, our picture hangers are ideal for displaying prints using a simple, contemporary design.

About the Artwork

Midsummer in the Outer Hebrides it never gets properly dark. Neverending twilight means that for about 10 weeks between May and August the sun sets but still lights up the sky enough through the night so we lose sight of the stars and Aurora. Sometimes Noctilucent/Night shining clouds appear high up in the earth's atmosphere they are formed of ice crystals and reflect the sun's rays from a certain angle. https://gostargazing.co.uk/2021/05/30/see-noctilucent-clouds-in-summer-2021/ I took this image one beautiful summer night at Callanish in 2019. I entered it in the @ArtGemini Prize competition and was chosen as a finalist. It was also used in their advertising for that year. The trip to London and the Art gallery exhibition experience was amazing. Not one I've managed to repeat, yet :)

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