Stargazing abstract painting with short video

Stargazing – the Northern Lights

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Stargazing at the night sky  – northern lights. Abstract painting by Deb Breton. Measures 9 x 12 on canvas


At the center of the sun, the temperature is 27 million degrees Fahrenheit (15 million degrees Celsius). As the temperature on its surface rises and falls, the sun boils and bubbles. Particles escape from the star from the sunspot regions on the surface, hurtling particles of plasma, known as solar wind, into space. It takes these winds around 40 hours to reach Earth. When they do, they can cause the dramatic displays known as the aurora borealis.



This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Fabio

    Great painting, Deb! Have a wonderful weekend! 🙂

    1. Deb B

      Thanks! You too my friend, in-joy!

  2. karengadient

    Love it, Deb!

    1. Deb B

      Thanks Karen!

    2. Deb B

      Have a great weekend

  3. maryellenwall

    When I first saw it, the colors struck me and I had to study every square inch of it. I wondered about the white delineation, then voila! The short vid showed those lines in progress. Thanks for posting the marvellous finished work, but also giving insight on how you created it.

    1. Deb B

      I’m glad you stopped by-liked the work and that the short video made some sense. Have a fabulous day!

  4. luke610

    Hi Deb this is gorgeous!

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