I'm making a large (24x30 inch) print of this for a client and ran across these images of the original painting. To be honest, I'd forgotten what it looked like. This painting was made and sold in 2007 (I think? Wow, seven years ago.) The middle image is what I've been using for a print ever since, so in my mind, that's what the painting looks like. But the first image is what the painting actually looks like, in regular light. The second image is what the painting looks like under both blacklight and regular interior lighting (usually my favorite view of every painting - it shows ALL the colors at once.) The last image is what the painting looks like with just a blacklight on. And that, in a nutshell, is what "Light Reactive Painting" means. :) Here's the print I've been selling for years: https://www.etsy.com/listing/122075514/luminary-modern-astronomy-sacred?ref=listing-17 But who knows, I kinda feel like maybe I should retire that image and start printing the first view for a while.