10 matches found for search term traditional art
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Beyond Magritte's Door
I based this painting closely on La Réponse Imprevue ('The Unexpected Answer') by
the Belgian surrealist – a title that means, as far as I can tell, and as with most
of Magritte's titles, absolutely nothing whatsoever. In his picture the hole in t...
Magritte, surreal, traditional art, Moon, Earth...
Triton, Neptune's largest satellite, orbits at such a distance that, from its
surface, Neptune appears roughly sixteen times the diameter of our Moon as seen from
the Earth. Out here, the Sun is 900 times fainter than we know it, but still brighter
planet, gas giant, Neptune, Triton, landscape, satellite, traditional art, ice g...
Flight of the Eagle
This is my first go at soft pastels (not oil pastels) in about 18 years. The
background crater field is almost entirely black and white pastel on grey card, but I
added some highlights with a white coloured pencil. The ship, meanwhile, was painted
crater, Moon, Eagle, traditional art, spacecraft...
This picture was a commission for the cover of the UK magazine Quest , in June 1997.
The image's title is indicative of the fact that many comets come from way beyond the
Solar System – taking millions of years to get here – and are in essence on...
landscape, comet, traditional art...
Welcome to my hypothetical planet, Ringleader, one of my earlier attempts at
astronomical art. Like Uranus in our own Solar System, it's tipped over so that its
rings are are nearly perpendicular to the plane in which it orbits. Here you have a
exoplanet, planet, ring, landscape, traditional art,
An artist's impression of a hypothetical Earth-type planet in the vicinity of Barnard
33, also known as. the Horsehead Nebula because, well, it looks like a horse's head.
At least that's what people claim. So what you're seeing here is a cloud of gas...
nebula, Horsehead nebula, landscape, satellite, traditional
art, exoplanet, surf...
This is my impression of the Mars Pathfinder rover, called Sojourner, which touched
down safely on the Red Planet on American Independence Day in 1997. The craft itself
actually landed in a lava flood plain – chosen because it was flat and easier t...
Mars, rover, Pathfinder, Sojourner, landscape, traditional
Tides of Fire
This picture shows Jupiter seen from the surface of its closest Galilean moon, Io.
Because Io is so close to Jupiter, it is constantly engaged in a tug-of-war with the
planet's considerable gravity. On Earth, the Moon's gravitational pull, and to a l...
planet, gas giant, Jupiter, landscape, traditional
Wish You Were Here
Well, seems like a nice place to go for a holiday if you ask me! The large rock is
based on Durdle Door, a natural stone arch in Dorset, England. The rest of the
picture just sprang from somewhere at the back of my mind....
exoplanet, planet, ocean, satellite, ring, landscape, traditional art, water, su...
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