Reserve your copy of “Saturn Rising”, a signed limited edition print that commemorates the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, and the achievements of Centuri Engineering, and Estes Industries; two of the most iconic rocketry companies from the Golden Age of Model Rocketry. What better way to salute the historic first moon landing and your favorite hobby than with a stunning image of the Apollo 11 launch juxtaposed with two of the most iconic Saturn V kits ever produced. The added signatures of Vern Estes, Lee Piester, and NASA Art Program artist Chris Calle will link the image to one of the most significant explorations in human history and the hobby of model rocketry.
Produced for the NAR under exclusive agreement with renowned art production house Greenwich Workshop, your high quality giclee’ canvas will preserve the bold colors and imagery of the original work of art.
Saturn Rising is a canvas print measuring 16″ x 24″. It is heirloom quality, and produced by Greenwich Workshop. The stretched print is ready for hanging. Join us for the print signing at NARAM-61 and meet the NASA Art Program artist Chris Calle.
To receive the signed print at the pre-release price of $250, the order deadline is September 30, 2019.
About artist Chris Calle:
During his 20+ years as an illustrator and today, much of his artwork is related to the theme of Space Exploration. As an official NASA artist, Chris covered two of the early Space Shuttle missions, producing artwork that is now in the collections of the National Air and Space Museum and NASA. In 1962 Chris’s father Paul Calle was one of the original 8 artists chosen by NASA to document the final mission of Project Mercury. Paul then covered the Gemini and Apollo programs.
Chris is the author of Celebrating Apollo 11, the Artwork of Paul Calle, which details Calle’s involvement in the NASA Fine Art Program and focuses on the on-the-spot artwork Paul created as the only artist present during the suiting up of the Apollo 11 crew on their historic launch to the Moon.
To see additional work by Chris Calle, visit: http://www.callespaceart.com.