“Pioneering The Space Frontier” – An Otherworldly Art Of Robert McCall
The works of Robert McCall are a rich tapestry that encompasses more than just the history of space exploration and visions of the future.
First Men on the Moon
McCall is a talent whose depth and richness of spirit are translated into a special invitation. His work invites one to ride on a spectrum of color, brilliance, and imagination-to become part of the twisting kaleidoscope that is our ever-expanding knowledge of the universe.
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Robert McCall has done more than any other artist to enable Americans to visualize their nation’s presence in space. He has illustrated all of America ‘s finest moments, from the first manned space flight of Alan Shepard aboard Mercury 1 to Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the Moon; from the U.S.-Soviet joint Apollo-Soyuz mission to the most recent launches of the space shuttle.
Columbia’s Victorious Return
McCall has documented the NASA space program for more than thirty-five years. NASA’s provision of this ‘front row seat’ has allowed him to personally witness mankind’s progress and turn it into the magnificent renderings that link us together as residents of Planet Earth.
A Window To The Universe
In addition to being NASA’s visual historian, McCall has also sparked our collective imagination with regard to what may become our future history. Serving as conceptual artist for the entertainment industry, he worked on films such as Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, the Star Trek movies and Disney’s The Black Hole.
Astronaut Edward H. White II First American To Walk in Space
Exploring The Space Frontier
Return To The Moon
Cultivating The Moon
Eye In The Lunar Sky
Another Busy Day On Mars
Searching For Life
Pioneering The Space Frontier
Megastructure, 21st Century
Metropolis 2050 #3
City Center, 2050
Metropolis 2050 #4
Grand Canyon From The South Rim
Valley of A Billion Stars
A Place Apart
Apotheosis of Technolog
Accepting The Challenge of Flight
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