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“E-Art: Booklet of Joseth Moore’s Sketches & Portraits.”

“E-Art: Booklet of Joseth Moore’s Sketches & Portraits.” By scifiguy3553. Shakespir. 2016.

A sampling of Surrealistic/SciFi sketches by Science Fiction author Joseth Moore. Long before he was a published SciFi author, Moore had studied and graduated the Fine Arts; receiving his BFA from the University of Nebraska—Lincoln.

 

Part One: Joseth’s Sketches…

“IMPERICAL DISSOLVE.” Ink drawing. 1997. This sketch is of a close-up of one of several, many-miles high sculpture of a mega-city in Humanity’s distant future. To me, it represents the dying days of an empire…

“UNTITLED” Sketch. Ink drawing. 2000s. This sketch is more symbolic. I see, first of all, a ‘question mark,’ with the top portion being the neck and head of a brontosaurus; then morphing into the posterior of a rocket, as it blasts a planet (Earth?) with its thrusters! Note the tiny items to the side…

 

“UNTITLED.” Ink drawing. 2000s. This sketch reminds me of the once-again popular Transformers, from the Hollywood series. But I also see it as what dinosaurs could have evolved into, had that asteroid not struck some 65 million years ago…

“Angel Study.” Ink drawing. 2000s. This sketched out angel is slightly different in interpretation of what an ‘angel’ could look like. A bit more on the carnal side, and the wings are not what one normally sees on an angel…

Part Two: Joseth’s Portraits…

“Depressed Girl.” Oil painting. 1992. With the mustard-colored background, her pale face—along with her expression, and the darkened green hair, this portrait has a more Von Gogh feel about it…

“Blue-Black Girl.” Oil painting. 1992. There’s a certain vintage feel about the ‘innocence’ look about this portrait—who even wears gloves anymore, unless they’re for winter? The bright yellow dress or blouse with her white gloves and smile connotes a good place in life…

“Blue-Haired Lady.” Oil painting. 1992. Perhaps reflecting an influence of Pablo Picasso with his ‘Blue Period,’ this piece is pretty much straight-forward: a woman, whose eyes aren’t even meeting our, is looking away, perhaps on some errand…


“E-Art: Booklet of Joseth Moore’s Sketches & Portraits.”

  • ISBN: 9781311092328
  • Author: scifiguy3553
  • Published: 2016-06-11 20:35:07
  • Words: 333
“E-Art:  Booklet of Joseth Moore’s Sketches & Portraits.” “E-Art:  Booklet of Joseth Moore’s Sketches & Portraits.”