DescriptionFrom Robert John Thornton's celebrated work 'The Temple of Flora' originally published in 1799 in London. 'The Temple of Flora' is considered to be one of the finest collections of botanical illustrations ever created. It is a rare and treasured book owned by very few collectors and libraries. Individual original plates when found at auction fetch several thousand dollars apiece. The New York Times Store charges $1,200 for a single reprint ( not an original ) without a frame.
Look Back Art, Santa Barbara Member Since October 2009 Artist Statement Look Back Art digitally restores images from the past and delivers them into the future. Craig Lawson, the owner and main artist of Look Back Art, has over a decade of experience as a motion graphic designer and is now enjoying the discovery and restoration of historical art. The first areas of interest for Look Back Art are Images of American cities and botanical lithographs.
My motion graphics work is done under the name of Digital Alchemy and can be seen at the following website: http://web.me.com/digital_alchemy