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Lunar space elevator compared to a locomotive Fine Art Print
Lunar space elevator compared to a locomotive
37" x 21"
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Doryaspis swim amongst a bed of Anthozoa Fine Art Print
Doryaspis swim amongst a bed of Anthozoa
32" x 24"
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Caudipteryx wander a prehistoric landscape Fine Art Print
Caudipteryx wander a prehistoric landscape
32" x 24"
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A Caudipteryx compared to a modern adult peacock Fine Art Print
A Caudipteryx compared to a modern adult peacock
32" x 24"
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A pair of Platybelodon grazing in a shallow stream Fine Art Print
A pair of Platybelodon grazing in a shallow stream
37" x 21"
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Dipterus fish emerge from a Devonian freshwater lake Fine Art Print
Dipterus fish emerge from a Devonian freshwater lake
36" x 22"
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Zhejiangopterus, a genus of azhdarchid pterosaur Fine Art Print
Zhejiangopterus, a genus of azhdarchid pterosaur
32" x 24"
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Walter Myers (Born 1958) was born in southern Indiana. He loved art since his childhood and for as long as he can remember he used to enjoy drawing, especially pictures of monsters and dinosaurs. At age 7, he became captivated with astronomy – this was after he came across a single volume from an encyclopedia set for children. The book featured illustrations of the planets of the Solar System. They were photo-realistic and were like nothing Myers had ever seen before. A friend also had a book with whimsical illustrations by Chesley Bonestell, a space artist. The illustrations were of astronauts walking the surface of a moon of Saturn. To Myers that was the most stunning scenario he could imagine. Over the next few years he made hundreds of pencil drawings of space art. He became interested in realism in space art, and preferred science-based and objective photorealism to expressionism.

His interest in space exploration was heightened in 2001 when he had a rare opportunity to see the Space Odyssey, Stanley Kubrick’s 2001, being released in the original three-projector Cinerama format. He also developed an appreciation for the artistic of ethereal wildernesses. Today, his sole medium is computer graphics, and he creates on standard desktop computers. Before he discovered computer graphics, Myers worked in acrylics, pencil, water colors and oil paints. While some artists flourish in these traditional mediums, he personally never found them suitable to the photorealistic space art he pursued. Currently residing in the Chicago area, he produces eye-catching art that many viewer feel compelled to stand and have a second look, more so the framed Walter Myers art.
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