An important development of the early sixteenth century was the Apocalyptic image of her, standing in front of a sunburst , crowned with twelve stars, with at her feet a crescent moon.
Outside, it is a typical monsoon morning sky alternating between brilliant sunburst and darkening clouds.
Other rooms have a distinctively oriental flavour; the Throne Room is decked out in ornate Byzantine style with a great domed blue ceiling covered with stars and a huge sunburst .
The tip of the triangle marked the center of a circular sunburst drawn on both sides of the translucent paper with colored pencil in yellow, orange, red and pink that barely tinted the little cavelike corner space behind.
Its descriptive title calls it a six-branched form based on nature, but at the same time the composition recalls both Asian mandalas and the sunburst motif popular in design of the time.
He also cites the puzzling Cambrian explosion, a spectacular sunburst of marine animals 540m years ago that laid the foundations of all subsequent evolution.
When Jen Wood's verse on the latter kicks in with a sunburst of ‘Hallelujah’ strings, you'll know it.
In a 1990 piece, roses with long, spindly stems are placed to form a sunburst , their blossoms defining a central spiral and their stems radiating outward.
a pair of sunburst diamond earrings
A golden sunburst was embroidered at the front of the skirt.