In a quest for the perfect name, I did some research about conch and sea shells in general. One phrase struck a cord – prismatic layers. Basically a shell is calcium carbonate which brings to mind a white gray chalky looking mineral supplement, or maybe the white skeletons of long dead corals washed up on the beach. “Prismatic layers” aptly describes the hues of my Queen Conch shells.
Oil on stretched canvas
Black Metal canvas floater frame
Gallery wrapped edges – painted solid gray
Signed limited edition print available in 8.5×11.9″ Large $125