Divergent Arcs

Divergent Arcs

Art at Archeanweb: Part of the Negative Expanse Series

Divergent Arcs started as a field sketch from beside a small river in the piedmont region of the State of Virginia, United States. The overhung tree sketch was transposed onto a black-and-white watercolor with the shoreline and three stones added as diverging arcs into an open expanse on the left side of the painting. The progression of the stones into the flat, open negative space allows the viewer’s mind to relax as it transitions between form and infinity.

This version of the painting is a copy of the original analog work.


This piece of art is available as giclee prints on paper. High-resolution versions of the image above are used in the printing process and the copyright watermark is removed.

Fine art giclee prints are available through Geo Galleries. The artwork is available in the following sizes:

  • 24″ by 18″ print with a 1″ white border
  • 27″ by 18″ print – framed and matted
  • 18″ by 12″ print with a 1″ white border

Follow the link below for details on the giclee products:

Link to Geo Galleries

Glass Prints

This artwork is available as glass prints for both wall and tabletop displays. Delivery of the art-behind-glass is through Fractureme. For More information contact ArcheanWeb:


Feature Image: Divergent Arcs – Part of the Negative Expanse Series – by WM House (Copyright Archean Enterprises, LLC 2021. All Rights Reserved)

William House
William is an earth scientist and writer with an interest in providing the science "backstory" for breaking environmental, earth science, and climate change news.