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#1 orionthehunters



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Posted 09 September 2008 - 05:40 PM

Please add your personal Space/Astro Art websites here, hopefully we will gather a nice list which members can enjoy.



#2 DoctorNoodle


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Posted 12 September 2008 - 11:48 AM

My Scale Modeling portfolio with factual spacecraft and Sci-fi subjects as well as the obligatory cars, planes and dinosaurs.

Alanoodle's Model Portfolio

#3 00Artsnova00


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Posted 09 July 2009 - 07:48 PM

Hi James,

On my web site I have an astronomical art gallery, a Moon art gallery, and a space art gallery. The url is http://www.artsnova.com

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 01:37 AM

Hi James

I am seeing your post here rather late. I just noticed that you originally posted this last fall 2008.

OK; So my art is more technical and shows up more likely in the sketching forum. I have recently created a new website at >

Not to brag here but I am the one artist that has possibly appeared more in NASA's Spaceweather.com in the past several years yet I owe my original inspiration to Erika Rix here in CN as I saw her sketch of a solar prominence on October 12th 2006. THat is what recharged my art interests since childhood. THen seeing Rich Handy's large whole moon sketched here in CN last sumer. I am more so in Spaceweather's front pages than any other artist as far as I know. Also once in APOD on Nov 17th 2006 (I might claim as the only artist to show as a current sky event [my pastel of the Mercury Transit of the Sun] in both Spaceweather and APOD within days.

Also I may be the one technical astronomy artist that has shown more in George Noory's Coast to Coast AM more than other artist. I have also called into NPR's Talk of the Nation more than any other from the city/state Portland Oregon, which claims the most call-ins and emails to the daily radio show in Washington DC.

See also >

As that Myspace site pretty much shows my life in art and astronomy, news, TV, short independent films, etc.

Best regards,
PS: I would list my CN gallery but the link function is failing tonight (see members web sites- Enter: markseibold)

#5 Geoff M

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 07:51 PM

My wife is a painter who has an astro art site: Tahoe Cosmic Gallery

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Posted 31 May 2013 - 05:29 PM

Last year I began producing Space / Astronomy / Science Fiction artwork in a variety of media. Here's my site:

And if you happen to be in the Seattle area next Thursday, June 6th 2013, head on down to Trabant Coffee on 2nd Avenue & James where I'll be hosting an open house for my first gallery showing. My work will be on display the entire month of June.

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