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!
Ron Magnes was contacted by the London Science Museum to create artwork for their Cravings exhibit. The display consists of (22) individual illustrations to form a coherent exhibit mural. This is the main exhibit standing in the central area of the Science Museum. The BBC Morning Show did an on-site exclusive the day before the opening. This new exhibition explores what influences our appetite and cravings. The exhibition is 66.5 feet long by 15 feet high. The first two pictures are photos of the mural and I added Ron’s art to show the true vibrant colors!
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.
Lee is an internationally acclaimed fine artist who captures all facets of nature and wildlife in his beautiful water color paintings. He has provided art for corporate brochures and books such as the Galapagos Island, National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America and two children’s books. His paintings can be found in various museums and galleries.