Syzygy II - A re-working of the Syzygy piece below.
Tropical Sunrise - Sunrise on a tropical planet in a binary with a nearby cluster in the sky.
Kepler-47 - A view of the outer planet in Kepler-47 from an imaginary moon. This system was the first circumbinary planetary system discovered to have more than one planet.
Wide Binary - Another view of a planetary system in a wide binary.
Sunset on a Four-star World - Yet another view of PH1 (Kepler-64), from an imaginary moon of the gas giant planet.
PH1 - Another view of PH1, (Kepler-64) from just above the clouds of the gas giant planet.
PH1 - A view of PH1 (aka Kepler-64), the first discovery of a circumbinary planet in a quadruple star system. (Read our discovery paper here.)
Double Sunset - A double sunset on a tropical moon orbiting a gas giant.
Kepler-16 - A view of the Kepler-16 circumbinary planet.
Wide Binary - A view of a wide binary from the moon of a gas giant.
Fall Colors in a Binary - A colorful view in a binary star system.
Capella - An imaginary view of the quadruple system Capella.
The Calm Before the Storm - The calm before the storm in a triple star system.
Albireo - A view from an imaginary planet around the triple system Albireo.
At the End of the Day - A sunset on a dry but not lifeless planet in a binary.
Syzygy - An interesting alignment in a binary star system.
Sunrise of a W UMa System - Sunrise in a W UMa system. I did this painting after doing some research work on habitable planets in these binaries.
TU Muscae - A view of the massive overcontact binary TU Muscae.
Cataclysmic Serenity - A binary star sunset from a tropical planet.
Flatirons Fantasy IV - A supernova explodes over the Flatirons.
Flatirons Fantasy II - The first "production" piece of the Flatirons Fantasy series. This one shows an interacting binary with a cool lobe-filling star that is dumping matter onto a white dwarf companion.
Binary Supernova - A star in a binary system undergoes a supernova explosion. This piece was done for the cover of "Eclipsing Binary Stars: Modeling and Analysis" by Kallrath and Milone.