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This painting was started in 1987 after one of many visits to the deserts of the American South West but it was not finished until 2017 just in time for the cover of the Yes 50th anniversary tour. "There is often an amazing clarity, to the desert sky in the winter but in this painting I wanted to introduce just a minimal amount of Arial perspective just a tiny amount of dust or moisture in the air so that the rocks would jump out of the background, just enough to look three dimensional. The title comes from the fact that these deserts were Sea beds maybe up to eight times in their history. - RD
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