These pieces evaporate during the day because of the sun’s blue light. When it shines across the wax, a dulling effect takes place to the surface. The midday sun hides the color, but it brings out the texture, causing you to stop and look very closely at  the detail.

"walking through your midnight"

Then as night comes, incandescent lights are turned on and the painting appears entirely different. Regular light bulbs give off a yellow glow, making the painting’s hues appear deeper and rich with color. I took this picture at night with a flash.

The previous two versions are posted  on October 9th where the shadows are lighter and the left wall does not exist.

 

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