Art Gallery

The Space Pilot Art Gallery

Apollo 15 in acrylics.

A frame or two from the abandoned web comic Meanwhile Back On Earth. This story grew and grew into an epic that was too much for a lone writer-artist. I may come back to this in future with substantial rewriting. It is still a back story of Gail Scott: Space Pilot.

A computer generated image of a saucer in the desert.

The ever popular Beachcomber. Bette Davis from a portraits project at Mrs Green's Tea Lounge in Dumfries. 

I make theatre backdrops that can be projected behind the actors. This one is for a Shoreline of Infinity Infinitesimal, called Republic of David, as is the one below.

The birthday girl on her birthday of course. Boris Karloff for a gothic exhibition at the Yellow Door gallery.

Mentor's spaceship lands in Gail Scott: Space Pilot. Caerlaverock Castle just outside Dumfries.

A Castle from Meanwhile Back On Earth.

A coastal scene from Meanwhile Back On Earth.

Happy New Year from Europa. A Captain America doodle for an event.

A wee digital painting in the style of a 1970s book cover.
Ghostbusters 1 and 2.  

Asterix and Obelix's wee dog Dogmatix from a pets exhibition. In Scots we call him Geitbiglix. 

Music icons for an album called Stone Owl On The Shore by Painted Ocean. 

A cover for International Ghost Stories. 

 A commemorative drawing for Jack Kirby's centenary.  Ray Bradbury Project: Mars Is Heaven.

Krypto, Superboy's dog from the pets exhibition.

A wee puffer heads out to sea in Meanwhile Back On Earth. 

More martians from the Beachcomber comic in Shoreline of Infinity magazine.

A portrait of Criffel in summer.

The Waverley, a Scottish icon. Rhodopis, the first Cinderella.

The giant robot and Sarah Jane from a Dr Who 50th Anniversary project.

The Spirit of the Garden. Stalling for time in Meanwhile Back On Earth.

Dumfries Museum, site of the old observatory. An album cover for Stone Owl On The Shore by Painted Ocean.

Two more from the Ray Bradbury project: Foghorn and Rocket Man.

Spring has sprung.

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