Andrew Stewart is a self-taught freelance artist based in Nottingham, England, who specializes in high quality airbrush artwork.
"Like many artists I was influenced as a teenager by old masters like Chesley Bonestell and Salvador Dali," he says. "I'm also a big fan of the film 2001: A Space Odyssey. I really liked the early 1970s retro-futuristic look.
"Most of my paintings depict the future of the human race and science nature."
Andrew's work has appeared in Astronomy magazine, Astronomy Now and New Scientists as well as the TV show Cosmos, hosted by the late, great Carl Sagan. Andrew's spectacular paintings have been displayed in Castle Museum, the Norwich School of Art and the Serpentine Gallery in London. He's also done book covers for famed British astronomers Nigel Henbest and Heather Couper.
To see more of Andrew's captivating art, hop on the flying saucer for a ride to his website
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