Space | East Wenatchee, WA | 2018

The moon reminds us at a glance that we’re on a rock flying through space. Veiled by clouds, floating on a star field, Luna presents a dramatic mirroring of our own situation as Cosmic Travelers. She nudges us to remember that our relationships, technology, political dramas, joys and fears — all of it — pale beside the impressiveness of our whereabouts: zipping at 67,000 mph along one of the Milky Way’s sun-packed galactic spirals in a universe too vast to grasp.