Just released - September 2010

'View From Mercury' - Frank Hettick - canvas - 22.5" x 28.5"

Available at the new release price of $345 for a limited time only *

* Offer good only until the next piece in this series
is released at which time the price for this piece becomes $425

This piece is the first release in the artist's new series '"The Solar System"

Image size is 28.5" high x 22.5" wide on artist's fine-weave white
with total edition limited to just 25 prints. This
fine-art print is formatted to allow gallery-wrapping
or to be stretched over the standard stretcher
bars and framed.

Each giclee print is personally printed, enhanced, signed and
numbered by the artist - and priced at $345 shipped
rolled in a sturdy mailing tube!

Here are some of the artist's most recent art pieces now available as
Limited Edition Canvas Prints
Click on an image to see the enlarged Gallery view

Uranus Flyby
Galactic Encounter

Greetings From Earth


The Biggest Step


Distant Worlds

City Among The Stars


Click Here for our gallery of latest giclee prints on canvas


These giclee limited edition art-works recapture the glamour and romance of space exploration as portrayed at mid-point in the 20th century!

Thanks for visiting with us and briefly sharing our efforts!

To order your own piece of the dream - select one of our unusual and fascinating space art scenes you will find at Sky-High Gallery!

Frank Hettick - 2008



Contact Frank Hettick directly with an email to : artist@skyhighgallery.com

- and choose from over 180 of his astonishing scenes of space art!

Begin your own exploration of the universe today!

New!  Wall-sized Murals of your favorite space scene!

Click on the box to learn more!

Our Thanks!

Many accolades to those who made many of the dreams on this site possible -
foremost among them Calvin J. Hamilton, Bjorn Jonsson,
David Seal-JPL, James Hastings-Trew, and USGS.

The planetary-maps necessary to enhance the accuracy and realism of many of these
scenes would not have been possible without their pioneering efforts in this field.

The artist is a member of

International Association of Astronomical Artists