Membership level: ARTIST
About the Artist
Dave Ginsberg is an analytical left-brained artist and a creative right-brained engineer. His artwork combines his passions for spaceflight, astronomy, science, teaching, and the visual arts. Dave has been a member of the IAAA since 2016. His artwork has been displayed at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Seattle’s Museum of Flight, the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., Spacefest in Tucson, Arizona, The Art of Planetary Science exhibitions at the University of Arizona, the ASF Space Rendezvous in Houston, Texas, and the Digital Arts Festival in Redmond, Washington. Dave’s 16-foot tall solar system mural was on permanent display at Seattle’s Museum of Flight from 2007 to 2017. His work has been published in the IAAA Pulsar magazine and Dennis Jenkins' book, Space Shuttle, Developing an Icon. Dave designed the insignia for collectSPACE which has been used as the website’s brand identity since 2013. He created the logo for the National Association of Rocketry "Pay Forward" 2017 fundraising campaign. Three of Dave’s creations have made trips into Earth orbit and back, having flown on space shuttle Atlantis, the Russian Soyuz and Progress spacecraft, a SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft, and the International Space Station. Dave’s space art portfolio can be found at pixel-planet-pictures.com. Follow Dave on Twitter @pixelplanetpics.
Where to Buy Artwork
The Way It Was Imagined: 1962 LEM
Apollo Lunar Excursion Module 1962
National Association of Rocketry "Pay Forward" logo