Stromboli Active Volcanic Island
Stromboli is one of seven volcanic islands that make up the Aeolian archipelago off Sicily’s northern coast. Barely a quarter the size of Manhattan, and measuring just 3,031 feet above sea level, it reigns as one of the world’s most active volcanoes.
Stromboli is Nicknamed the “lighthouse of the Mediterranean” for its steady towering glow.
This print features a black background that emulates the unique and exotic black sand in the volcanic island.
This is juxtaposed by hand painted marine life in bright orange hues that are representative of the fountains of lava that have spewed off the island almost continuously for nearly 2,500 years.