September by the Norwegian Artist, Steve Henderson
Peter Jackson’s epic Lord of the Rings series brought to film the magical imagery of J.R.R. Tolkien’s history of Middle Earth.
September, one of the latest landscapes by the Norwegian Artist, is not located in New Zealand, although it could easily be a lake in the Shire. Off in the distance, Bilbo and Frodo are fishing, while amidst the trees, Sam and Rosie wander, hand in hand, through the trees.
And Gandalf? Gandalf is there, somewhere, seen but unseen.
Mountain Lake by the Norwegian Artist, Steve Henderson
Okay. Does this look like a painting of Planet X? or Vulcan? Is Mr. Spock picnicking in the trees while some red-garbed security man wanders about, waiting to be eliminated?
No. This is clearly a Mountain Lake, a miniature by the Norwegian Artist that was one of three miniatures showcased at Planet Bronze Gallery’s 5th Annual Miniature Show.
The Norwegian Artist’s College Girl daughter asked the manager of Steve Henderson Fine Art last night, “So is Dad painting Star Trek pictures? I saw something on my Facebook page about the Norwegian Artist and Star Trek.”
After a simultaneously exasperated and patient sigh, the manager queried, “So, did you follow the link and read the story?”
You, however, Gentle Reader, have been following the saga of the loosely themed Star Trek series, and, unlike College Girl, realize that the manager of Steve Henderson Fine Art, who happens to be a stalwart Star Trek (original series) fan, is amusing herself by spinning tales of the various characters, and incorporating their stories into the magical landscapes and seascapes of the Norwegian Artist, Steve Henderson.
The manager’s only regret is that she is running out of characters. However, there are still a few to go. Keep checking. Better yet, scroll down to below the Leave a Comment box and check, “Subscribe to this Site by E-mail.” Then, on the blog roll, follow the link to Steve Henderson Fine Art Facebook and Like us. Either way or both you will be able to painlessly and seamlessly keep up with the many and sundry activities of the Norwegian Artist.