The Origin of Meteorites
|A beautiful 26 foot mural commissioned by Chabot Space & Science Center depicting the wonders of the Universe where the different classes of meteors have originated.
|The image came into being in the machine as a digital painting. It was then painted by hand in acrylics on a 4' x 26' foot canvas for mounting at the Observatory in Oakland, California.
Commissioned by the Coca-Cola Corporation for the Cover of "Refresher" Magazine and a Commemorative Poster
That which has gone before and that which shall come after, reflected for a fleeting moment in an Astronaut's visor at the close of the
|Miles To Go
Before I Sleep
Keeping a date with the Recovery Convoy.
This painting resides in the NASA/Smithsonian
Fine Art Collection.
Voted one of the
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A New Ocean
A commissioned original for the MOOG Corporation, suppliers of the Space Shuttle hydraulic systems.
Arrakis - Dune
Wrap-around Brochure Cover for MOOG Corporation
|Study in Black&White
|Commission for Pan American Airlines Print Advertisement
U. S. Open
Cover Image for CBS Sports and
The United States Tennis Association
U. S. Open Tournament
The Tholian Rings
Wrap-around Brochure Cover Illustrating Token Ring Technology
The Third Airborne Tank Division
Cover Image for Sybron Corporation Rotomolded Tanks Catalog
Stetson's Last Stand at Little Big Hat
If René Magritte had been born in America?
A commissioned poster for IBM Corporation
Commission for Gentex Corporation, builders of high impact safety helmets for the United States Armed Forces and NASA.
Forty Two Satellites - No Waiting!
Commissioned by Allied Signal, this image shows all of the birds that they have provided systems for.
A commission for the RCA Corporation Ad Series:
Who Did What? showing communications satellites constructed for other companies. The new ACTS satellite commands center stage.
Sentry of the High Ground
Block-D Land-looker for the RCA Who Did What? Series
Near-polar Orbit NOAA Weather Satellite for the RCA Who Did What? Series