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Space Exploration Art Gallery

Welcome to the Space Exploration Art Gallery. The Space Exploration Art Gallery contains art for which the central theme is the human exploration of space. It was my childhood interest in space exploration and space art that is partially responsible for my ongoing interest in art and its creation.

I count among my favorite space artists, as opposed to astronomical artists, Chesley Bonestell, Pat Rawlings, Apollo 12 astronaut Alan Bean, and Robert McCall. I consider myself fortunate to have been able to meet and spend some time with all of these artists - with the single exception being Chesley Bonestell.

Click the thumbnail or the picture's name to access that picture's gallery page. Note that some images have been cropped here for presentation purposes.


One Giant Leap for Mankind digital painting

One Giant Leap for Mankind
A tribute to Apollo

Shuttle Power digital painting

Shuttle Power
A Space Shuttle Tribute

Shattered Dreams abstract print

Shattered Dreams
A Political Statement

New Space Astronaut digital art

New Space Astronaut
For the new frontier

Lift Off space art print

Lift Off
The euphoria of launch

Dustfall on mars digital art

Dustfall on Mars
Happy Birthday Robert Zubrin

Next Step: Mars digital art

Next Step: Mars
When will it happen?

Abandon in Place space art print

Abandon in Place
A statement on our space program

Astronaut Glory I space art print

Astronaut Glory I
A tribute to the Apollo astronauts

Astronaut Glory II space art print

Astronaut Glory II
A tribute to the Apollo astronauts

Remembering Apollo space art print

Remembering Apollo
A tribute to Apollo

 

In addition to this gallery you may wish to visit these other space-related galleries:

Astronomical Art GalleryFeatures art depicting astronomical scenes
Mars Art GalleryFeatures art that depicts scenes of Mars
Moon Art GalleryFeatures art whose subject is the Moon

 

“There is no way back into the past; the choice, as Wells once said, is the universe or nothing. Though men and civilizations may yearn for rest, for the dream of the lotus-eaters, that is a desire that merges imperceptibly into death. The challenge of the great spaces between the worlds is a stupendous one; but if we fail to meet it, the story of our race will be drawing to its close.”

Arthur C. Clarke, Interplanetary Flight, 1950