Apollo Moon Landing Aeronautical Fine Art LA Online Gallery Launched

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A new online gallery has been launched by accomplished LA artist, Doug Forrest. His astronautical fine art gallery has been created in tribute to the Apollo moon missions.

Accomplished artist, Doug Forrest, based in Los Angeles, California, has launched a new online astronautical fine art gallery in tribute to the Apollo moon missions. Some Apollo astronauts themselves have added Forrest’s artwork to their collections.

More information can be found at: http://apollo-arts.com.

On his new online gallery, Forrest presents space art celebrating the people and vehicles of the Apollo program. Guests can view pieces Forrest exhibited at Spacefest and other space expos as well as artwork currently on view at the University of Arizona in the OSIRIS REx display.

Through his work, Forrest commemorates the challenge of one of the most significant technological achievements of the 20th century. He is a member of the International Association of Astronomical Artists (IAAA), and the British Interplanetary Society (BIS).

He said: “NASA’s Apollo program took place from 1961 to 1975 and profoundly influenced the technology that we have today. I am honored that my art can represent the accomplishments of these courageous space explorers and their teams.”

A wide range of artwork is on display on Forrest’s online gallery, including portraits of astronauts and drawings representing scenes such as “Pad Lights” and “Roll Out”. All capturing key moments of the Apollo missions, Forrest’s gallery is regularly expanding as new drawings are completed.

Guests wanting to order their own work will find that fine art pieces can be ordered in giclée limited edition or open edition prints. In addition to browsing through the online fine art gallery, visitors can read about Forrest’s visits with astronauts at space events.

Forrest added: “I want everyone to share my passionate excitement and enthusiasm for the incredible adventure that is space exploration. My appreciation and admiration for the thousands of people that made Apollo happen can never be described, but I do my best to share a fine arts perspective of these historical events, which will never be forgotten.”

Full details on all of the artwork available on the new online gallery can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Doug Forrest
Organization: Apollo Arts
Address: PO Box 7300, Los Angeles, California 90041, United States
Website: https://apollo-arts.com/

Source: PressCable

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