James Gurney's art book: Imaginative Realism


5 Responses to “James Gurney's art book: Imaginative Realism”

  1. Robert says:

    That’s Alan Dean Foster’s Glory Lane up there.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I am the proud owner of one of James Gurney’s Hand-signed, and documented prints from his Dinotopia series. I love his work…

  3. Stefan Jones says:

    I remember when Gurney and his crew would visit SF conventions to show off this neat new thing they were working on. It took years of hard work to get the Dinotopia franchise off the ground. It is cool to see his stuff become successful.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I strongly suggest you should invite James Gurney to be guestblogger sometime. He’s a really nice person and has a lot to say… just drop by his blog someday and you’ll see.

  5. twobeeshawn says:

    Thanks for posting this! Spent four hours yesterday in bed with a sick kiddo and we read Dinotopia almost to the end. As always, I’m transported by the lovely paintings- my son really did ask how the pictures could look so life like… know exactly what he’ll be getting for Christmas.

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