You've made it safely to the Krylonian Gallery, which means, like a spray paint space artist, you have successfully navigated through the Toxican Mists of Krylonia. The sparkling mists are beautful and intoxicating but deadly to humans, which is why I own a good a gas mask.
As incredible as it may seem, the paintings in this gallery are rendered in minutes by me, Gary Greenberg (g.HARLAN), using little more than spray paint, cans, pot lids and loose-leaf paper.
Many moons ago in Coconut Grove, Florida, USA, Planet Earth, I saw a space artist named Daglas Svorcina painting incredible cosmic scenes like these to the eerie melody of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon emanating from his paint-splattered boom-box. I liked the paintings but didn't buy one because it looked like something I could do myself. And it was, so I did.
For more of my story, read Vagabond Artist
To learn how to become a space artist and make paintings like these for yourself, check out my instructional DVD, Cosmic Landscaping for Dummies.
If you'd like me to make you a painting, feel free to contact me through our Form.
Meanwhile, enjoy a small sampling of my Cosmic Landscapes for free...
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Reddish Moon Rising
Cities of Algernon
Rock of Jibrollicon
Slice of Heaven
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