‘To the Moon and Back’ sees Stormie look beyond the borders of our galaxy to explore the final frontier of humanity.
For the first time Stormie has introduced the unique use of authentic stardust into his artwork, blending the stardust with paint. This stardust represents an extension of Stormie’s use of the colour silver in his iconic monochromatic palette. The stardust comes from an ancient meteorite that was formed 4.5 billion years ago in the core of an ancient star, with its rarer elements born in a massive supernova explosion.
Stormie uses space as a metaphor for technology and isolation.