“Andromeda Galaxy”

The Andromeda galaxy: news this month from SCI News is that it swallowed many galaxies during its lifetime. As dwarf galaxies are pulled in by gravity, they are also pulled apart leaving behind long trailing streams of stars and compact star clusters. This galaxy is on a collision course with our Milky Way, in about 4 billion years. The galaxy contains trillions of stars. Acrylic on canvas 36 x 24 inches, October 2019

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Barbara Sheehana

Born in 1944 in Washington, D.C., I have painted and sculpted most of my life. At 74 years of age, I feel I am at my most creative time of life. I started painting a series of "Nebula Art" in 2015 after seeing the Hubble Space Telescope images. I find so much joy in attempting to capture these beautiful photographs. I live now in Naples, Florida, and have 18 completed paintings so far and will continue to paint as long as I am able. I studied art and sculpture at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C.; painting and sculpture at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, Va. I have taken art classes in my community of Pelican Bay. Exhibition include Swiss Embassy, Torpedo Factory, Pelican Bay Community Center, Naples Art Association and Rookery Bay

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