Shots From “Five Months on the Ice”

Ice ship from dimensional illustration exhibition "Five Months on the Ice"

These are images from my recent show in Gallery 303 at the Harris Fine Arts Center. The project illustrated the story of an adventurer shipwrecked and stranded on arctic ice. All of the images were created by building miniature models, sets and props to photograph scenes from the story. Each prop and set was designed and built specifically for the scene in which it was used. I have included a few individual pieces as they were hung at the show, but I will be posting individual images of the whole series later too. Hope you enjoy. It was a lot of effort, but a lot of fun to spend five months on the ice with my character.

Dimensional Illustrations and miniature models on display in Gallery 303 at Harris Fine Arts Center in "Five Months on the Ice"

Fisheye image of "Five Months on the Ice" on display in Gallery 303 Harris Fine Arts Center

Miniature model on display in conjunction with dimensional illustration prints in "Five Months on the Ice" at Gallery 303 Harris Fine Arts Center

Lighting in the Gallery was a little harsher for my models than would be optimum, but their primary purpose was to be photographed in my studio for the illustrations and they looked great like that, so I won’t complain.

Dimensional Illustrations on display in Gallery 303 Harris Fine Arts Center

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One comment on “Shots From “Five Months on the Ice”

  1. […] started the drawing while working on my dimensional illustration project Five Months On the Ice as a way to satisfy my urge to draw something a little bigger after painting a pretty small ship for […]

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