Two new dinosaur paintings by Phil Wilson – illustrated in acrylic and measuring 18by24. The first painting depicts a group of Amargasaurus – a 33 foot long South American dinosaur from the early Cretaceous period. The second painting shows a Therizinosaurus intruding in an Oviraptor nesting ground. This dinosaur had 11 foot arms with 2 1/2 foot long claws! Check Phil’s portfolio for more fabulous dinosaur illustrations!
Another new dinosaur painting by Phil Wilson – this one pictures two 25 feet long Carnotaurus coming into a group of Gasparinisaurs. These dinos were all from Argentina. Check Phil’s portfolio for more exciting dinosaur art!
Fabulous new dinosaur painting by Phil Wilson. It’s a herd of the bizarre Isisaurus being pursued by a Rajasaurus. These dinos were found in India in 1997. View Phil’s portfolio for more great dino images!
A fantastic new painting of a Diplodocus grazing by Phil Wilson – consider him for your next dinosaur project! Interesting that as I post this “Dippy” is being removed in London – much to the outrage of dinosaur lovers everywhere!
Two new dinosaur paintings by Phil Wilson. The first image shows an armored Edmontonia reacting to a passing Oryctodromeus. The second image shows a pair of Lambeosaurus being watched by three Bambiraptors. Check Phil’s portfolio for more exciting dino illustrations!
Phil Wilson just created a new dinosaur painting – Iquanodon herd crossing a river while a Polacanthus watches nearby. Check his portfolio for more exciting dinosaur illustrations!
Quite awhile ago Phil Wilson illustrated a three book series called I Can Read which featured dinosaurs. Harper Collins just released the series in Korea – this is an example of one of the covers totally written in Korean! Check his portfolio for more examples of his dinosaur illustrations!
Phil Wilson just illustrated two new dinosaur paintings using a combination of acrylic and airbrush. The first painting – “Dimetrodon” – was a 12 foot long reptile that pre-dated the dinosaur age and was the first predator of its time. The second painting – “Liopleurodon attacking Mosasaurs” features Liopleurodon, which is nicknamed “T-rex of the ocean” or “Sea-rex” It was a top ocean predator of the late dinosaur age and is shown attacking Mosasaurs, which was a sea-going lizard related to the modern day Komodo dragons and reached a length of 30+ feet. As usual – like the majority of his dinosaur art being used for various publishing books – Phil uses a combination of scientific fact and super realism.
These church wall murals were created by Lyn Martin for the Grace Episcopal Church in Chattanooga, TN. The Grace priest contacted Lyn for the project in order to make the entrance more welcoming while taking something from Genesis (the Creation) and honoring older parishioners that worked to have the church building raised. Part of the artwork that Lyn created was inspired by a prayer during a service about “the planets in their courses and our island home, this planet earth.” Lyn painted the walls on site using Benjamin Moore wall paint and traditional acrylics for the details. A different task for an artist accustomed to using canvas board and a computer – especially painting most of the time on scaffolding!!
George has been providing award winning conceptual art for years for the advertising, corporate, and editorial markets. He is extremely conceptual in coming up with ideas to solve the needs of clients. His illustrations are created digitally in Photoshop and at times creates acrylic paintings on canvas that are converted into Photoshop files.