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"The Dreamer from Kaluga" 55x75cm $5000

Anastasiia Prosochkina

55х75 cm, acrylic on canvas

Everything starts with a dream. There was a man in Kaluga, odd man with the biggest ideas carried in his heart and mind. This man, who was laughed at, as it often happens with those, who looked way beyond their time, lived in a tiny house in the middle of the nowhere, in a small Russian town called Kaluga, surrounded by the forest. His name was Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, and he was the greatest dreamer of his time.

Late at night, when all sounds evaporated to the sky full of stars, only his window was touched with the oil lamp light while he was passionately scribbling in his writing-book. His hand-drawn scheme of the first spacecraft is in the middle of the painting and the result of his dreams, a real Soyuz spacecraft is above.

This painting is the most precious from all the collection. It’s the first painting I made in the space theme, the most mysterious, the most romantic one. People often write to me about buying it, but I am not sure I am ready to sell it. Now it travels from the exhibition to exhibition. Write to me and I’ll think about it.


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This painting was shown at the following exhibitions:

August–October 2018 — exhibition in the Moscow Space Museum, Moscow

February 2018 — exhibition at the Novosibirsk Planetarium, Novosibirsk

November 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at Planetarium №1, St. Petersburg

July–August 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at the creative cluster ARTMUZA, St. Petersburg

April 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G dedicated to Cosmonautics Day at the Loft Project ETAGI, St. Petersburg

March 2017 — exhibition at the II international forum of commercial space industry INSPACE FORUM 2017, Moscow

May 2016–Mart 2017 — exhibition in The Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre (GCTC), Star City, Moscow

April 2016 — exhibition in The Cosmonaut Museum, Star City, Moscow (Cosmonautics Day celebration, exhibited with paintings of the cosmonaut Alexei Leonov)

"Eos - the reusable Space Transportation System" 55х75cm $2200

Anastasiia Prosochkina

55х75 cm, acrylic on canvas

Fictional spaceship inspired by Space Shuttle. Eos is the goddess of the dawn in the Greek mythology. The both parts of this space system, the booster and the orbital ship are composed reusable. Spaceships of this kind are very comfortable, that allows space travelling for people who are not trained for space flights. There are 3d sections of both modules on the painting and the launch pad viewed from the top.



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This painting was shown at the following exhibitions:

February 2018 — exhibition at the Novosibirsk Planetarium, Novosibirsk

November 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at Planetarium №1, St. Petersburg

July–August 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at the creative cluster ARTMUZA, St. Petersburg

April 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G dedicated to Cosmonautics Day at the Loft Project ETAGI, St. Petersburg

March 2017 — exhibition at the II international forum of commercial space industry INSPACE FORUM 2017, Moscow

May 2016–Mart 2017 — exhibition in The Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre (GCTC), Star City, Moscow

April 2016 — exhibition in The Cosmonaut Museum, Star City, Moscow (Cosmonautics Day celebration, exhibited with paintings of the cosmonaut Alexei Leonov)

"Falcon has landed!" 53x80cm $2700

Anastasiia Prosochkina

53x80cm, acrylic on canvas

The sophisticated algorithms of automatic control do not appear in the vehicle on their own. No matter how smart the rocket’s software is, it can only reflect the skill and talent of those who created it and the ingenuity of human mind. This painting is a tribute to all people who dare to implement challenging technical ideas no matter what.

Propulsion, avionics, flight dynamics, software, operations engineers and many others come together to the SpaceX launch control center and watch with almost childlike joy how their creation soars into space, works in space and then returns to the Earth with a phenomenal accuracy.


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This painting is a part of the “Way to ZERO-G” art project, created with my co-athour Alexey Mazur, mathematician, rocket engineer and 3D artist. Click here to see the “making of” it and explore the project!

Interior view

This painting was shown at the following exhibitions:

February 2018 — exhibition at the Novosibirsk Planetarium, Novosibirsk

November 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at Planetarium №1, St. Petersburg

July–August 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at the creative cluster ARTMUZA, St. Petersburg

April 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G dedicated to Cosmonautics Day at the Loft Project ETAGI, St. Petersburg

"Blue Origin: New Glenn" 78x82cm $2100

Anastasiia Prosochkina

78x82 cm, acrylic on canvas


Blue Origin moves rapidly from the small suborbital rocket New Shepard to development of a large launch vehicle New Glenn with a payload about 40 metric tons. Reusable first stage, advanced methane rocket engines, landing on the ship in the ocean — this rockets will be the very embodiment of all the latest advances in rocket technology!

Blue Origin prepares to become a major player of private commercial space: from orbital constellations comprised of hundreds of small satellites  to sending cargoes to the Moon.

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This painting is a part of the “Way to ZERO-G” art project, created with my co-athour Alexey Mazur, mathematician, rocket engineer and 3D artist. Click here to see the “making of” it and explore the project!

Interior views

This painting was shown at the following exhibitions:

February 2018 — exhibition at the Novosibirsk Planetarium, Novosibirsk

November 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at Planetarium №1, St. Petersburg

July–August 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at the creative cluster ARTMUZA, St. Petersburg

April 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G dedicated to Cosmonautics Day at the Loft Project ETAGI, St. Petersburg

"Making Humans a Multiplanetary Species" 112x51cm $3000

Anastasiia Prosochkina

112x51 cm, acrylic on canvas

Step by step Mars  terraforming. Just small researching spacecrafts at first, and then the colonists arrive on the BFR. Small module habitats grow to the bigger domes and greenhouses are built. The channel dry on the left and full of the water on the right is a vivid example of this transformation. On the right side of the painting Mars is finally terraformed. On the foreground unknown colonist is holding a letter from Mars signed by the authors of this painting.


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This painting is a part of the “Way to ZERO-G” art project, created with my co-athour Alexey Mazur, mathematician, rocket engineer and 3D artist. Click here to see the “making of” it and explore the project!

Interior views

This painting was shown at the following exhibitions:

August–October 2018 — exhibition in the Moscow Space Museum, Moscow

February 2018 — exhibition at the Novosibirsk Planetarium, Novosibirsk

November 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at Planetarium №1, St. Petersburg

July–August 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at the creative cluster ARTMUZA, St. Petersburg

April 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G dedicated to Cosmonautics Day at the Loft Project ETAGI, St. Petersburg

"Orion. Beyond The Lunar Orbit" 101x55cm $2500

Anastasiia Prosochkina

101x55 cm, acrylic on canvas

2035. Souls of the space conquerors of the past century are standing near the descent stage of the Apollo Lunar Module and observing how their courageous followers are getting ready for the new breakthroughs in space — for the first time ever man will fly beyond the lunar orbit, into deep space. Super heavy launch vehicle "SLS Block II" will send the crew of four aboard the Orion spacecraft to expand the limits of human reach, to rekindle humanity's pioneering spirit once again and to accomplish goals that no robotic probe can achieve.


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This painting is a part of the “Way to ZERO-G” art project, created with my co-athour Alexey Mazur, mathematician, rocket engineer and 3D artist. Click here to see the “making of” it and explore the project!

Interior view

This painting was shown at the following exhibitions:

February 2018 — exhibition at the Novosibirsk Planetarium, Novosibirsk

November 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at Planetarium №1, St. Petersburg

July–August 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at the creative cluster ARTMUZA, St. Petersburg

April 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G dedicated to Cosmonautics Day at the Loft Project ETAGI, St. Petersburg

"Buranodrome" 90х60cm $2500

Anastasiia Prosochkina

90х60 cm, acrylic on canvas

Do you like Energia-Buran program? O, I do. Powerful and brave, this project became one of the greatest USSR efforts in challenge between humans and gravity. So you understand why I carried this idea for a really long time, pretty much from the moment I started drawing in space theme. Here you see the panoramic view of the distant planet with the detailed Energia-Buran on the foreground. I think, it is getting prepared for the start. Three people on the left corner are watching it from the bottom. I prefer to think of them as a family. I don’t know if they’re space tourists or colonizers of this mystery planet. By the way, it's red, but it’s not Mars - this planet is floating in space far beyond the Solar System. Maybe it’s TRAPPIST-1 system? The red color symbolize the USSR. Closer to the horizon you see another Buran, launching into the sky, behind it - the domes of habitats. The third Вuran is on the right, i drew the moment after the boosters fell off. Also, if you watch closer, you can see that some stars are going up too. Those are not the stars but distant Burans lifting off! The whole cosmodrome of Energia-Buran.


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And a little insight from an artist:

"After the 1st EVA" 55х75cm $3000

Anastasiia Prosochkina

55х75 cm, acrylic on canvas

A.Leonov and P.Belyayev 16-19 Marth 1965


The cosmonauts  are waiting for the rescue team deep in Siberia, you can see the descent vehicle(capsule) near them.
This was the first time ever a man performed EVA. So the circle scheme shows as with little pictures how actually the process of launch and descending was performed.
That was also very difficult flight, everything that could go wrong, went wrong, but they returned home. A.Leonov and P.Belyayev waited in cold forest for the rescue team for about two days after their landing, and this is also the part of their heroic deed. 
The cosmonaut Leonov is also an artist! And that was a surprise to discover, that my paintings included this were exhibited in the same hall with his canvases!


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This painting was shown at the following exhibitions:

February 2018 — exhibition at the Novosibirsk Planetarium, Novosibirsk

November 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at Planetarium №1, St. Petersburg

July–August 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at the creative cluster ARTMUZA, St. Petersburg

April 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G dedicated to Cosmonautics Day at the Loft Project ETAGI, St. Petersburg

March 2017 — exhibition at the II international forum of commercial space industry INSPACE FORUM 2017, Moscow

May 2016–Mart 2017 — exhibition in The Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre (GCTC), Star City, Moscow

April 2016 — exhibition in The Cosmonaut Museum, Star City, Moscow (Cosmonautics Day celebration, exhibited with paintings of the cosmonaut Alexei Leonov)

"Of course I still love U" 75x105cm $3200

Anastasiia Prosochkina

75x105 cm, acrylic on canvas

The first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket separates and begins its journey back home. Speed is more than two thousand meters per second, altitude is more than 150 kilometers. The stage makes a flip maneuver and prepares for the boostback phase. Carefully calculated burns slow down the vehicle and guide it to the drone ship in the illimitable ocean.Powerful thermal and aerodynamic load stress. Materials are working at the edge of its performance capabilities. High-precision control system is operating with the grid fins and cold gas thrusters to overcome disturbances. Suicide burn! The central engine ignites at the last moment, levels the stage under drone ship, the landing gears deploy and — perfect landing!

Of course I still love you. Beautiful story of technology and romance.


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This painting was shown at the following exhibitions:

February 2018 — exhibition at the Novosibirsk Planetarium, Novosibirsk

November 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at Planetarium №1, St. Petersburg

July–August 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at the creative cluster ARTMUZA, St. Petersburg

April 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G dedicated to Cosmonautics Day at the Loft Project ETAGI, St. Petersburg

"O'Neill cylinder" 87x75cm $2000

Anastasiia Prosochkina

87x75 cm, acrylic on canvas

The image of the space habitat, inspired by the book "The High Frontier” by Gerard O'Neill. It was written in 1977 and brought to the world the very first ideas of Space habitats. His book includes romantic "letters from space parts", a couple telling about their life in the space colony, like they were writing to friend left on Earth. In one of this letters they described popular sport - flying foot-powered planes in zero gravity. To do that, you should climb to the highest point of the landscape - the closer you are to the center of the rotating cylinder, the less you weight. And then the fun begins!


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This painting is a part of the “Way to ZERO-G” art project, created with my co-athour Alexey Mazur, mathematician, rocket engineer and 3D artist. Click here to see the “making of” it and explore the project!

Interior view

This painting was shown at the following exhibitions:

February 2018 — exhibition at the Novosibirsk Planetarium, Novosibirsk

November 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at Planetarium №1, St. Petersburg

July–August 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at the creative cluster ARTMUZA, St. Petersburg

April 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G dedicated to Cosmonautics Day at the Loft Project ETAGI, St. Petersburg

"The Door Is Open" 50x70cm $1700

Anastasiia Prosochkina

50x70 cm, acrylic on canvas


The concept painting about the begining of the space exploration. Inspired by Stanley Kubrick and Soviet Space program.

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This painting was shown at the following exhibitions:

August–October 2018 — exhibition in the Moscow Space Museum, Moscow

February 2018 — exhibition at the Novosibirsk Planetarium, Novosibirsk

November 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at Planetarium №1, St. Petersburg

July–August 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at the creative cluster ARTMUZA, St. Petersburg

April 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G dedicated to Cosmonautics Day at the Loft Project ETAGI, St. Petersburg

March 2017 — exhibition at the II international forum of commercial space industry INSPACE FORUM 2017, Moscow

May 2016–Mart 2017 — exhibition in The Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre (GCTC), Star City, Moscow

April 2016 — exhibition in The Cosmonaut Museum, Star City, Moscow (Cosmonautics Day celebration, exhibited with paintings of the cosmonaut Alexei Leonov)

"Virgin Galactic" 49x90cm $2000

Anastasiia Prosochkina

49x90 cm, acrylic on canvas


Interesting approach to the concept of a suborbital tourism. Unique spacecraft SpaceShipTwo separates from twin-fuselage mother ship WhiteKnightTwo, takes run by the rocket engine in the back and reaches space. There, at altitude more than 100 km,  lucky passengers can enjoy zero-g and watch a mind-blowing view of home planet for several minutes. Then spaceship makes a soft re-entry and come back to the one of the most beautifully designed spaceports — Spaceport of America.

Despite its turbulent history, the project keeps going. Extravagant Richard Branson is confident about success!

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This painting is a part of the “Way to ZERO-G” art project, created with my co-athour Alexey Mazur, mathematician, rocket engineer and 3D artist. Click here to see the “making of” it and explore the project!

Interior view

This painting was shown at the following exhibitions:

February 2018 — exhibition at the Novosibirsk Planetarium, Novosibirsk

November 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at Planetarium №1, St. Petersburg

July–August 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G at the creative cluster ARTMUZA, St. Petersburg

April 2017 — exhibition Way to Zero-G dedicated to Cosmonautics Day at the Loft Project ETAGI, St. Petersburg