Space…The Next Frontier

space travel painting
© Copyright 2017 – Present

Size: 24″ w x 18″ h
Support: Gallery wrap stretched canvas
Description: An original painting depicting outer space travel, the next frontier. This work of art does not require framing as it is composed on gallery wrap canvas which allows the artist to paint around the edges of the painting. Hand-painted and signed by fine artist Teresa Bernard.

See Artist Comments below for additional information regarding this painting.

painting of space travel
Not to scale

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Artist Comments

I love great sci-fi movies like Star Trek, Star Wars, and Star Gate; just about any story where space travel is involved. I should have grown up to be an astronaut instead of an artist, well, maybe. The bottom line is, I love adventure, and to me, traveling through the far reaches of outer space would be the ultimate in adventure.  It was only natural that I create a painting with the subject of space travel.

In addition to loving the idea of space travel, I am very interested in our national space program and the newly formed United States Space Force. I’m amazed at the many modern inventions we take for granted made possible because of space technology. Inventions like long-distance telecommunications, cellphones, water filters, invisible braces, scratch-resistant lenses used in our eyeglasses, and even memory foam used to make our mattresses. Other inventions include solar energy and the insulation used in our attics and walls and portable cordless vacuums, workout equipment, and CatScans. Even smoke detectors, cordless tools, and artificial limbs, to name just a few. Indeed space travel and exploration have created new markets and new technologies that have spurred economic growth and enriched our lives in many ways.

Lastly, I call this painting “…The Next Frontier” because I do not believe space exploration is our final destiny. We explore space; it is our next frontier, not our last. The last frontier is life with our Creator God in His kingdom for all eternity! The Bible has much to say about this topic. Check it out for yourself!

Check out this website for a list of those inventions.

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Other Paintings Of Interest

Moonset oil painting
Full Moon Rising
(2013)
20″ w x 16″ h
space travel oil painting
First Man on the Moon (2012) 
24″ w x 18″ h
Fly Me To The Moon painting by Teresa Bernard
Fly Me To The Moon
(2020)
9″ w x 12″ h

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“When I was a little kid, I loved to draw spaceships during every idle moment. The adult caregivers eventually cured me of that allegedly bad habit. I know it doesn’t pay well, but please continue with your space-themed art. I think your painting is beautiful!” — Austin Morris, Space And The Great Beyond Also Aliens, Gab

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Night Sky Over Delicate Arch

Arches National Park painting
© Copyright 2017 – Present

Size: 6″ w x 6″ h
Support: Gallery wrap stretched canvas
Description:  An original miniature oil painting of the Delicate Arch formation inside Arches National Park, Utah. Its nighttime setting features the vastness of outer space, which has been used as a backdrop for the arch. (See Artist Comments below.) It does not need to be framed because this artwork is composed on gallery wrap canvas which allows the artist to paint around the edges of the painting.

SOLD: This painting has been sold to a private art collector in Minnesota.

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Hi Teresa, I received the painting today. I love it. It’s beautiful. My husband and I have a couple of other paintings by you. We love your work. — N. Schiller, Apple Valley, MN

Artist Comments

Delicate Arch is depicted against a night sky in this painting. It is a natural geological formation inside Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. The arch stands 65 feet tall and spans 45 feet wide, and is the park’s largest free-standing arch. It is the most visited of all the 2000 geological formations within the park and receives visitors worldwide. The arch has gone by many names over the years, including “Cowboy’s Chaps,” “Schoolmarms Bloomer’s,” and “Old Maid’s Bloomers,” as well as the more mundane “Salt Wash Arch.” In 1934, the arch was given the name “Delicate.”

Delicate Arch was formed by gradually wearing away of the sandstone by weathering and erosion. The other arches in the park were formed in the same manner. It is the most famous of all the arches in the national park and has become a symbolic icon for Utah.

You can find more information about the arch by visiting this website.

Anyone who has visited this national park would probably agree it looks like the terrain of some faraway planet. I had the opportunity to visit this marvelous park in my younger days, and it was a fascinating place that I want to visit again someday.

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Full Moon Rising

full moon rising oil painting
© Copyright 2013 – Present

Size: 20″ w x 16″ h
Support: Gallery wrap stretched canvas
Description: This is a painting depicting a full moon rising with a star-filled sky in the background. This artwork does not require a frame as the painted image extends around the edges of the canvas. Hand-painted and signed by fine artist Teresa Bernard.

See Artist Comments below for additional information regarding this painting.

painting of a full moon
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Artist Comments

Full Moon Rising was inspired by the east Texas moon. This is a painting depicting a full moon rising with a star-filled sky in the background. Ever since man first looked up at the stars, he has been fascinated by the giant sphere that hangs in the night sky above us, and this particular artist is no exception. My favorite time to take a walk is in the late evening before turning in for the night. I love looking up into the night sky and seeing the stars and the moon on a cloudless or almost cloudless night. I especially love the times when the moon shines so brightly it lights up the night to so it looks almost like day! Just one of the many “bennies” of country living.

The Far Side of the Moon

FYI…Did you know the common belief the moon has a dark side is a myth? The truth is both sides of the Moon see the same amount of sunlight. The Moon rotates around on its axis about once every 27 days. This is approximately the same amount of time it takes to orbit the Earth, which means the same side is always facing the Earth. Astronomers call this phenomenon “synchronous rotation.” Only about 59% of the moon is ever visible to Earth throughout an entire orbit. The rest of the 41% — the part we call “dark” — is the part we never get to see from Earth. The “far side” of the Moon has only been seen by the human eye from a spacecraft.

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Other Paintings Of Interest

First Man on the Moon oil painting
First Man on the Moon (2012) 
24″ w x 18″ h
Fly Me To The Moon painting by Teresa Bernard
Fly Me To The Moon
(2020)
9″ w x 12″ h
Space The Next Frontier oil painting
Space…The Next Frontier (2017)
24″ w x 18″ h

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