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Blue sulfur lake

About Novaa V

This artwork is based on a natural phenomenon in Java, Indonesia. The Ijen volcano complex is a group of composite volcanoes located on the border between the Banyuwangi Regency and Bondowoso Regency of East Java, Indonesia. It is known for its blue fire, acidic crater lake, and labor-intensive sulfur mining

at the Kawah Ijen volcano in Java, bright blue flames bubble up at night. The color comes from sulfur, which ignites in contact with air. The flames can grow up to 1.5 meters high. The molten sulfur drips down the stones.


Completely 100% handcrafted artwork,  with a special modified floating frame.


  • Frame –  Spruce wood
  • Canvas – Spruce wood
  • Structure – A secret
  • Acrylics & Metallic paint
  • Epoxy  – 2.5mm
  • Signature & Serie name embedded
  • Dimension – W965mm x H705mm x D40mm
  • Weight – 8 kg

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Completely handcrafted from start until the end.

The embedded signing, including the signature and

the name of the series, is never seen in any artwork.

This unique signing is actually art within an artwork.

Even unique is the floating frame.

This artwork fits in any luxurious interior.

(Click on the image to watch them in full scale)

Proudly presented and exhibited at

 Art Gallery Pot, Axel

Drie Decembersingel 183, Venlo The Netherlands
Phone: +31 6 4977 5972