WHAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF

WHAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF

WHAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF

ORLEANS, MA – The highlight of the summer season at Tree’s Place gallery features masterful works of fantastic realism by Michael Whelan, Donato Giancola, Michael Alfano and Robert Vickrey.

Tree’s Place has been exhibiting and selling Whelan’s fine art since 1997. Whelan first discovered the gallery while viewing works by master of egg tempera Robert Vickrey. The artists would combine for a series of two-man shows over the years until Vickrey’s passing in 2011.

Whelan will be presenting new paintings SANCTUARY and OBSERVATION DECK along with several other personal visions including: DREAMSEEKER, ELLIE’S DREAM, IN A WORLD OF HER OWN, SEAWALL, THE END OF NATURE VII, and WIDE.

MASTERS OF THE FANTASTIC

MASTERS OF THE FANTASTIC

New York, NY – 5 Original Michael Whelan paintings are on display at the Society of Illustrators as part of the new exhibition “Masters of the Fantastic.”

Stories of fantasy and science fiction dominate today’s cultural mainstream, and illustration plays a central role in the appeal and popular acceptance of the fantasy narrative.

This show features the innovators who have given shape and substance to the world’s most imaginative kinds of storytelling, and the more than 100 works on display encompass a full range of otherworldly images—from dragons, specters and demons, to the far reaches of deep space.

ILLUXCON 6

ILLUXCON 6 Next week, Michael Whelan will be joining over 80 international artists at the Allentown Art Museum in Allentown, PA for IlluXcon 6. This 5-day symposium (September 11-15) offers artists, students, collectors, and fans a unique opportunity to celebrate the art of the...

ARTISTS INTERVIEWED AT SFAL2

ARTISTS INTERVIEWED AT SFAL2 A local public radio station in Kansas City, KCUR broadcast an interview with Greg Manchess, Donato Giancola, and our very own Michael Whelan on the opening day of SPECTRUM FANTASTIC ART LIVE 2 last week. Topics of conversation included whether talent really exists...

WHAT LIES BEYOND

WHAT LIES BEYOND What Lies Beyond: A Panel Discussion on SFF Illustration Science fiction and fantasy illustration have been thriving for as long as art has existed. A stroll through any major museum features depictions of gods and demons, dreams and nightmares, and speculations on...

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