A delightful painting from 2004 is an interpretation of the volcano’s glow at night encompassing the crater and clouds. Young ´ōhi´a with lehua blossoms have a pleasant contrast with the lava ledges.
"Summit - There is a 150m (520 ft) wide active vent in Halemaʻumaʻu Crater that is emitting a gas and steam plume viewable from Jaggar Museum and the Kīlauea Overlook (and other caldera viewing areas in the park). The level of the lava lake in the vent fluctuates from about 90 to 115m (295 to 377 ft) below the surface. On a clear night there is often a strong orange glow."
Paper size is 8.5" x 11" with image size smaller. Your print of ‘Volcano Night' comes packaged flat in a cardboard sleeve with Dietrich’s biography. Dietrich Varez personally signs each of his laser colored images.