08 Nov 50 Paintings Day 14 of 50 – ICBM Intercontinental Ballistic Missile
You might love ’em, you might hate ’em, but either way, I hope they invoke a feeling for you.
This painting is #14 of 50 in the #50Paintings series.
TITLE: ICBM – INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE
SIZE: 8″x 10″ paint pen on Fredrix Pro Series Archival Canvas Board.
Last night we saw the craziest thing in the night sky. It was a huge area lit up bright white and blue with a green tail – at first we thought it was a comet, but it was moving too slow. Then I found out it was an ICBM, aka an INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE. It was launched from a submarine right off shore in Southern California. (Here’s a video a local took of it at the beach here in town)
An ICBM is a missile that can be sent to other continents, across the world. Last night was a test. The military even diverted commercial air flights to run these tests. Gotta wonder, WHY? It’s kinda scary, seeing this from my front yard.
This painting study is
available for purchase SOLD to Eric Hildwein, another artist from Florida, who I’ve known for a long time. He bought this as his son Dylan’s first ever original painting – which is cool, because his son isn’t born yet. He’ll be here in April 2016!
One of my goals with this series is to make original art affordable for those who want it. If interested in adding tomorrow’s to your collection, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or text or call 949-678-8133 asap!
I hope you enjoy this series. Thanks for reading!
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