Acrylic over gesso over MDF board. 60x50 centimeters / 23.6x19.6 inches - 1/2 inch thick. January 2017.
Fifth part of the Perfect Sunset Forever Series started in Fall 2014. This planet orbits a small and dim M-type star and always gives to it the same face, just the same way Moon does with Earth. Because of this, there is a side with a perpetual day and other with an endless night. But there's a line of sunset/sunrise between them. There the sun never sets nor rises, but stays still in the sky (Well, mostly. The inclination of the planet's axis gives it a small apparent motion) in a sunset that never stops being a sunset. Here the snow will stay pink and lovely until this star dies, 10 trillion years in the future.