International Space Art Network

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International Association of Astronomical Artists

One of the best organizations for the space artist.

Welcome to the International Space Art Network

Welcome to all who create or simply enjoy space art in all its forms. Amateur or pro, from the photo realistic panoramas of places or things not of this Earth, to the impressionistic visions evoked by the wonders of the heavens, all are encouraged to add photos of their work for others to see and comment on. Or simply have a discussions about art or space.

Please note that while we encourage a fairly broad interpretation of Space Art, off topic posts will be deleted.

International Space Art Network Membership Announcement

The people who run Ning have decided to charge a fee for their network space.
I started the International Space Art Network so that space artists and enthusiasts to have a place, on line, to show and comment on their work and it has become just that. We have almost 300 members now with over 3000 pieces of art posted, and many more people visit our network to look at the work. I think it's worth keeping and growing and I hope you do too. There is now a PayPal button at the bottom of the page should you choose to pay the nominal membership fee.

Spammers and scammers attacking this community

The number of scammers and scammers trying to get access to this site is getting higher than ever. I can trap most of them, but PLEASE help!

If you spot something dodgy, from people treating this like a dating site to adverts for irrelevant products, send me a private message and I will delete the offending material.

Thanks! Nick

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Gagarin 4k

Posted by Nick Stevens on April 19, 2015 at 3:15pm

New astronomical art on Twitter!

Posted by Nick Stevens on March 10, 2015 at 4:44pm

Latest Activity

Anzhelina Saimon is now a member of International Space Art Network
Mario John Borgatti replied to John E. Kaufmann's discussion Shop Talk
"I agree, David, it is a matter of trust. If artists falsify any claim regarding the provenance of their work I don't think they'll be taken as being credible. I like your concept of the "special tablet" and I don't think…"
Jun 27
David A. Hardy replied to John E. Kaufmann's discussion Shop Talk
"Well I've only been producing digital art in Photoshop on a Mac since 1991, having been doing 'trad' art since 1952, so what would I know? ;-)   It's largely a matter of trust: if an artist says that (s)he has only produced…"
Jun 27
Mario John Borgatti posted a status
"I've had a few challenges of late that have thwarted my creativity somewhat. But I think I'm OK now."
Jun 27
Markus Huber posted a photo

Ganiki Chasma

„The Ganiki Chasma rift zone on Venus was already considered to be one of the most recently geologically active regions on the planet, and as the new analysis suggests, it is still active today.Rift zones are results of fracturing of the surface,…
Jun 23
Nick Stevens commented on Nick Stevens's photo

Sanger II and Horus

"Да, я думаю, что вы правы ."
Jun 22
Виктор Филиппский commented on Nick Stevens's photo

Sanger II and Horus

"Похоже на проект " Спираль"."
Jun 22
Nick Stevens posted a photo

Sanger II and Horus

A current work in progress, the German design for a Sanger LII spaceplane, (80m long), and the HORUS oribiter on it's back.
Jun 21
Nick Stevens commented on Michael C. Turner's photo

"Cosmic Portal"

"Very nice indeed, thanks for uploading!"
Jun 21
Michael C. Turner posted a photo

"Cosmic Portal"

Cosmic Portal by Michael C. Turner~ Galactic Visions Space Art:A mysterious vista on a remote extra-stellar planet entices both scientific curiosity and imagination to boldly go where none have gone before . . .An enigmatic colossal stone…
Jun 20
Markus Huber commented on Markus Huber's photo

Diamond Planet

"You're right! A "natural" binary consisting of a blue giant and a red dwarf is rather uncommon. So consider the red dwarf and its planet as captured by the gravitation of the blue star."
Jun 17
Markus Huber commented on Markus Huber's photo

Gliese 832 c - The Golden Rings

"I have tried it with two renders: "Cruithne 75'000'000 AD" and "Asgard" (on this forum), as an interpretation of some content of the novels."
Jun 17




Shop Talk 37 Replies

Started by John E. Kaufmann. Last reply by Mario John Borgatti Jun 27.

Space art used in TEDx talk, thanks!

Started by Bruce Damer May 18.

The Moon 4 Replies

Started by Ron Long. Last reply by Виктор Филиппский May 11.

The Role of an art Critique 7 Replies

Started by Kara Szathmary. Last reply by WILLIAM A. JORDAN May 4.

my acoustic space art

Started by Csarnogurszky István Dec 12, 2013.


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Goals of Space Art

Created by John E. Kaufmann Dec 24, 2008 at 2:24am. Last updated by John E. Kaufmann Dec 24, 2008.

Notes Home

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Do's and Dont's

If you're a creator of space art please post pictures of your work for all to appreciate.

If you post others' work, please make sure you have the right to do so, and the name of the originator is stated clearly.

Comments are greatly encouraged but should always be constructive in nature.

Content should remain G-PG.

This is a site dedicated to space art and all content posted should be appropriate to this theme.

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