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Digital art on archival canvas with UV-protectant varnish


Size: 34 x 24 in.


Although the song "Southern Cross" was made popular by Crosby, Stills, and Nash recorded in 1981 and covered by Jimmy Buffett years later, this story dates further into history from the island natives in the southern hemisphere.


Navigators to this day use the constellation named "the Southern Cross" when sailing.  This constellation is visible throughout the South Pacific Ocean.  Taught to the Europeans by the natives who initially inhabited Oceana. This scene was captured at night looking south from the island of Mo'orea. 


The Spanish Galleon is the Pinta, a replica created by the family in Portugal who built Christoper Columbus' Pinta in the 1400's. It was photographed in Loudon, Tennessee on the Tennessee River.


Mo'orea, French Polynesia 


Galleon photographed in Loudon, TN


Other sizes available: 40 x 60 (unframed) in aluminum or canvas, larger in canvas.

Southern Cross

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    •  Keep out of direct sunlight.
    • Avoid high temperatures.
    • Clean gently with a soft dry cloth, do not use water or any liquid on giclees or fine art paper. A very small amount of water is OK on canvas.
    • Aluminum prints, made for outdoors, may get wet. However, the print must stay in indirect sunlight most of the day; all-day sunlight will eventually be harmful and will cause fading.
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