The title of this picture is Gloaming Ampersand. Gloaming means twilight or dusk (which I just learned aren’t synonymous. Apparently dusk is the darkest part of twilight).
There are two other versions of this image. Ampersand is a green and red take that’s also much lighter (daytime, if you will), while Midnight Ampersand is black and white and the darkest of the three.
For the subsequent dark versions I thought time of day was a nice way to differentiate them and reflect their tonal content. I’d have prepended a nice word for daytime to the original Ampersand if I’d foreseen the others to come.
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Archival-quality prints of this piece are available. Options include framed and unframed fine art paper and canvases.
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