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Planets, Part 1
All works were created by a terrestrial creature who goes by the name of Steven Vincent Johnson. Enjoy your stay. Please feel free to tell your friends about this place.
Attack Run, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
City in the Sky, 1982 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
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Attack Run, 1980 City in the Sky, 1980 The Blue Jewel, 2005 Construction Project, 1985
The Blue Jewel, 2005 Medium: digital 6000x4000 pixels
Construction Project, 1985 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 18”x24”
Crescent Vision, 2004 Double Star Civilization, 1979
Crescent Vision, 2004 Medium: digital 3600x5400 pixels
Double Star Civilization, 1979 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 18”x24”
Enter the Second Stage City, 1980 Evening Swim, 1981
Enter the Second Stage City, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Evening Swim, 1981 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 11”x14”
Evening Visitation, 1987 Faults on Io, 1979
Evening Visitation, 1987 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 18”x24”
Faults on Io, 1979 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Io Revisited, 1980 Night Life, 1980
Io Revisited, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Night Life, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Nova, 1979 Planet Fall, 1979
Nova, 1979 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Planet Fall, 1979 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Planetary Crescent, 2004 Re-Entry, 1980
Planetary Crescent, 2004 Medium: digital 3600x5400 pixels
Re-Entry, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Creating different kinds of planets, especially habitable worlds has been one of my favorite past times. When the wildly popular movie, Avatar, came out I was amused to have discovered the fact that several of my paintings, some going all the way back to 1979 accurately reflected a number of scenes depicted in that film. I must confess: I’ve always loved creating blue gas giants hovering majestically in the sky. I’ve also loved creating habitable moons, or satellites that orbit around these blue giants. I think the combination would make for a pretty site in the evening sky. So did the movie, Avatar. Click on any image will start a slide show of all paintings from this page. Individual images will be displayed 10 seconds before moving on to the next one.