This piece of Wall Art by Kim Curtis is entitled Blue Moon. It is an original design painted in oils inspired by Victorian and Edwardian illustrations of the Man in the Moon.
Looking around for interesting items, I came across this large, rather battered, black-painted wooden bowl on its way to the skip. Obviously, it had to be rescued and made into a moon painting! I have used prussian blue and white to create the illusion of a silvery, reflective moon whilst the shallow curve of the bowl plays with the perspective.
As well as serving as a very large fruit or key bowl, a removable octagonal backplate allows the bowl to be hung on the wall. The backplate has a metallic strip around the edge which occasionally catches the light adding an attractive glow.
The Bowl is 67cm in diameter and is 10cm deep.