Thursday, February 7, 2019

Dinotopia Paintings in Denmark

Here are some Dinotopia paintings at the entrance to the science fiction exhibition "Into the Unknown" in Odense, Denmark, through February 17th. The show includes original art by Ray Harryhausen, Willis O'Brien, and H.R.Giger, plus concept art for Alien and Blade Runner.

"This exhibition is the ultimate genre-defining exploration of science fiction, delving into its storytelling beginnings to discover how visionary creators have captured imaginations around the world. Visitors will encounter rare pieces, such as vintage comics and advertisements promoting Soviet visions of space, alongside well-loved classics, including miniature sculptures from Jurassic Park and the original Darth Vader and Stormtrooper helmets from Star Wars." (Image and quote: Visit Odense)
Into the Unknown at the Brandts Museum
Thanks, Christian Schlierkamp


Bob said...

I'm just so happy to have seen your much larger exhibition at the Stamford Museum (April, 2017). The museum is such a handsome building in a bucolic setting that it could qualify as Dinotopian itself. Once inside, two nice ladies welcomed me and upon finding out I had only wanted to see your exhibit (not the whole Nature Center), they didn't even bother to charge admission. Having come early in the morning, no other guests were present -- just me surrounded by this wonderful art. The experience was quite immersive, so that signing the guest book felt like an entry in the Waterfall City registry. And no eggs roll out of the nest.

Vladimir Venkov said...

Any plans for exhibiting some of your paintings in London, UK? Thank you!

Bob said...
This comment has been removed by the author.