Artists, and artist amateur astronomers, come in two types: observers and imagers.
For both it is all about the equipment, computers and specialized cameras with chips that capture fossil light as old as the beginning of the universe whose “edge” is some 14 billion years away. These mystical images by Terry Hancock, John Bozeman and Max Corneau are contemporary visions become tangible about which astronomers as late as 1950 could only fantasize but are now being captured routinely, and processed, into unbelievable images.
J. Larry Nance and Marsha Dickey are observers who have isolated contemporary moments reflecting the universal themes of our astronomer’s fossil light, and then interpreting and translating these moments carefully into living, lasting visual poems.
These special photographs are in a limited edition of 10, signed, high definition, 14x19 (before framing), museum mounted and framed prints, chosen specifically for the collector. There is no charge for shipping and handling within the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Please allow 3 weeks for delivery.