A very challenging subject as we had no photographic images of our own, but everyone painted superbly to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first manned moon landing in July 1969.
There were paintings of the moon’s surface, astronauts on the moon, the planets, an alternative moon landing from an alien, Earth rise, the Eagle lunar module, a blue moon, the moon from the Earth and the Columbia command module being recovered from the sea. Most paintings were not finished on the evening, but will be completed at home.
Three of us used the same reference photo of Buzz Aldrin standing on the moon, but all three paintings were different.
There’s also one beautiful iris from Fay, as she had already completed her planets picture.