|I found wp-dyn/articles/A47125-2004Jan25.html">THIS ARTICLE in
the Washington Post online earlier this week and thought it would be of
The article talks about the NASA Fine Arts Program and their involvement
in the agency as a whole.
"The collection includes about 800 relatively recent works on display,
and about 2,000 works that pre-date the country's bicentennial are
housed in the National Air and Space Museum. Parts of the collection are
mobile, touring about 40 states over 31/2 years."
Check it out...
Thank you for posting this.
Actually, the NASA Art Progrm officically ended 1-1-2004, after a run of
some years since NASA's inception back 1961. NASA has retained two
artist; myself and Andreas Nottesbaum.
I have been doing work for the agency for some 23 years now since STS
-1, my first assginement in the Fine Art Program.
I am currently working on the official Memorial of Columbia for NASA-
Smithsonian, as I did for the loss of Challenger.
I am also here at this site in the gallery section and at my website you can
view addional works along with the NASA works, oil and digital as well as
Hope this information helps visitors here.
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