Welcome to my Space Travel Art Gallery!
I hope the images you find here light up your imagination and inspire you to bring some space art into your life ☺.
I've been an outer space geek since gradeschool, and have read hundreds of science fiction novels over the years and my art ideas come to me while I'm daydreaming...which I probably do more than most...
When I paint, I use watercolors, acrylics, gel pens and alcohol inks on very thick 300# heat pressed watercolor paper to create the image, then I use digital filtering to finish.
If you see one that you like, you can click the link and go to the product page where you can see how the piece looks on canvas, acrylic, metal, and wood - framed or unframed.
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An Asteroid's Point of View...
An Asteroid's Point of View - artist's concept of an asteroid field...what is it like out there? Is it cold and lonely, or is there activity we don't know about yet?.....I was imagining myself floating along with them...
Water Planet - mixed media/digital. This is an imaginary scene, a quiet moment on a faraway exoplanet.... we see 3 survey drones as they methodically scan the bottom of this ocean for mapping purposes. Even with the advanced technology of the time, this task will require almost 30 days to complete. At that time the data will be analyzed by a human team, and the decision to commit more resources will be made based on the expected commercial value of the planet.
"Too Close for Comfort"
Too Close for Comfort - I was imagining what it might be like to be on a spaceship engaged in a close fly-by of a distant sun.....I felt an overwhelming, engulfing, suffocating sense of heat....and tried to make the feeling visual...
The Stone-builders...this image came from the thought that as our technology advances and our capabilities increase, the human race will begin to move out into the solar system and eventually beyond (I hope)....but we will always find evidence of those who were there before us.
Planet View - watercolor, acrylic, gel pens, digital, imaginary. This might be an image taken by a future robot survey probe as it drops out of hyperspace into a planet system light years from our solar system and begins to transmit data back to Earth...
In memory of Carl Sagan
My work is inspired by a hero of mine, Carl Sagan, who said:
“Since, in the long run, every planetary civilization will be endangered by impacts from space, every surviving civilization is obliged to become spacefaring--not because of exploratory or romantic zeal, but for the most practical reason imaginable: staying alive... we have a basic responsibility to our species to venture to other worlds."
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