New or Recent Artwork
All images below by Joe T. Coxwell
Sunset Arroyo-19.v4R --- by Joe T. Coxwell, March 2019. Completely digital, created using the Microsoft Paint tool on my laptop.
Epsilon Base-19.v6R --- by Joe T. Coxwell, March 2019. Completely digital, created using the Microsoft Paint tool on my laptop. I sketched out an earlier draft of this scene years ago while writing my novel "The Epsilon Wish." The tower structures were inspired by views of a Starbase from the original Star Trek series, but I altered the sky and terrain to give it a different flavor. I also envisoned additional tankage and base ore processing infrastructure.
Monte Sol Vista-19.v8 --- by Joe T. Coxwell, February 2019. Digital composite of pastel chalk, acrylic on canvas and computer graphics. This piece represents a colorful sunset view from above the campus of St. John's College in Santa Fe, NM from the slopes of Monte Sol, looking out across the Rio Grande Valley toward the Jemez Mountains and the area around Los Alamos and White Rock.
Pluto Ice Cavern-19B --- by Joe T. Coxwell, January 2019 This is a digital composite of several earlier acrylic paintings.
Across the Valley-18 (Distant Mountains version) -- by Joe T. Coxwell, October 2018. Created digitally using the standard Microsoft Paint program originally installed on my Dell laptop. This piece is an extension and modification of an earlier image also displayed in the Space Art Galley. In this view, I wanted to push the mountains closer to the horizon and focus on the middle foreground and distant landscape, hoping to better capture its varying colors and texture. My inspiration for this image came from memories of the view across the Rio Grand Valley near Santa Fe, NM en route to Los Alamos.
Distant Shoreline-18 (Blue Sky version) by Joe T. Coxwell, October 2018. This image is a digital composite of an original acrylic-on-canvas painting with extensive modification to the sky portion of the painting and the foreground beach. Microsoft Paint was used in processing and modifying the image.
Distant Shoreline-18C-5 (Blue Sky/Golden Beach version) by Joe T. Coxwell, November 2018. This image is a digital composite of an original acrylic-on-canvas painting with extensive modification to the sky portion of the painting and the foreground beach. The earlier shoreline was done mostly in reds, but this image was altered to emphasize a golden reflection of the sunset. Microsoft Paint was used in processing and modifying the image.