10×13”, pearlescent watercolor on cotton. December 2022. Based on false color imaging by the JAXA Atatsuki spacecraft orbiting Venus. (One of my favorite pearlescent-on-black paintings to date.)
Danielle Rose is a watercolorist and illustrator, often combining ink drawing with watercolors. She has a lifelong relationship with art, and is inspired by the works of Mucha, van Gogh, Turner, Alan Lee, John Howe, Alan Bean, Robert McCall, and Hayao Miyazaki. With a background in geology, an incurable love of spaceflight, and a deep love of the natural world, Danielle is also a jeweler, gemologist, writer, graphic designer, Star Wars nerd and Sailor Moon fan. She lives in Oregon. Go to the artist's portfolio
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