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Planets, Part 2
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.
Red Giant, 1982 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 11”x14”
Returning Expedition, 1985 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
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Red Giant, 1982 Returning Expedition, 1985 Ring Side View, 1979 Space Station, 1984
Ring Side View, 1979 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Space Station, 1984 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Star Cruisers, 1979 Summer Season, 1981
Star Cruisers, 1979 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Summer Season, 1981 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 11”x14”
The Formation, 1980 The Path, 1979
The Formation, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
The Path, 1979 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Travelers, 1979 Universal City, 2003
Travelers, 1979 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Universal City, 2003 Medium: Digital 2400x1800 pixels
View from the Cliffs, 1984 Visiting Outpost, 1980
View from the Cliffs 1984 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 18”x24”
Visiting Outpost, 1980 Medium: Acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Volcanic Io, 1980 Weather Station, 1982
Volcanic Io, 1980 Medium: acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Weather Station, 1982 Medium: Acrylic on illustration board 15”x20”
Xanadu, 2004
Xanadu, 2004 Medium: digital 6400x4000 pixels
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 closely reflected a number of scenes depicted from James Cameron’s film. I must confess that I’ve always loved creating great big blue gas giants hovering majestically in the night sky. I’ve also loved creating habitable moons and satellites that orbit around these majestic blue giants. I think the combination would make for a pretty site in the evening sky. Apparently, so did James Cameron. 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.