This artwork depicts one of Apollo 15 Astronaut Al Worden photographs during his first full day solo operation, targeting areas of interest on the lunar surface. His eyes aimed for the Aristarchus crater. Aristarchus is named after the Greek astronomer of Samos. Al Worden photographed Aristarchus and its neighbor, Herodotus.
Michelle Rouch Thoughts - Al expressed many times how he really loves my style of artwork and mentioned that he gives me full artistic expressionism. As I design each illustration, I always keep the young reader in mind, and I know that kids love color. Moonscape was created on a Wednesday right after work. I had a very busy day, but wanted to dive into the photograph and lose myself as if I was there looking at the Moon. I poured a nice glass of white wine and surrounded myself with my favorite colors. At the end of the evening, the watercolor paper was saturated with magenta, phthalo blue, and cadmium yellow on the moon surface, and ivory black was dancing around ultramarine blue and violet to represent my outer space. Inspiration in creating outer space comes from Robert McCall's workshops and tours.
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