Membership Roster

The IAAA Membership 


Fellow Members FIAAA denotes Fellowship status

The IAAA Fellows are the model to which all members look as an example. A Fellow’s body of work has been shown to have advanced astronomical or space art and generated a higher awareness and appreciation for the genré outside of the field, influenced other artists or introduced new techniques into the genré and/or has made contributions to the advancement of astronomical and space art above and beyond his or her artwork, perhaps through extended service to the IAAA or through special publications, papers, articles, lectures, books, internships, classes, et cetera. New Fellows are selected by majority vote of the Fellows themselves once every two years. All listed here are recognized throughout the industry for their skills and high standard as space artists and their contributions to the IAAA, to our genré and to the public awareness of space and astronomical art. Each well deserves this honor and the right to place the letters FIAAA alongside their name as they sign their work.



ARTIST MEMBERS

Artist members are persons who have applied for membership by submitting their art work to a Jury for evaluation and have been found of sufficient skill and artistic vision to properly represent the IAAA and it’s mission.


Journeyman

Journeymen members are “artists in training,” artists that wish to learn and improve their skills at depicting space art.



Students



Associate

Associate members are person who have a great appreciation for the genre of astronomical art, but choose not to be a creator of that art.


  • Currie, Malcolm - UNITED KINGDOM
  • Holzinger, Michael - COLORADO Twitter
  • Hooten, Tom - TEXAS
  • Kaisen, Ethan - CONNECTICUT
  • Miller, Andrew - ARIZONA
  • Roos, Curtis - FLORIDA
  • Scarfo, Carol - PENNSYLVANIA Website
  • Sigel, Deborah - CALIFORNIA
  • Starr, Christopher - UNITED KINGDOM

Professional Association



The Rudaux Award

The Rudaux Award is a prestigious award granted by the Fellows of the IAAA to an individual for their significant contribution to the field of astronomical art and the advancement of the genre of space art.  Rudaux winners have greatly contributed to the advancement of the art and have been an inspiration to other artists as well as having actively contributed to increased public awareness of space art.

List of award winners