Polaria and Polar Twilight

Cathy Miller Burgoyne, a freelance Alaskan artist working in both digital and traditional media, composes both sci-fi imagery and illustrations of horror. Fans of the fantastic may catch sight of far-off planets and spy traces of beings from beyond our world in Cathy’s Polaria Series. Lovers of horror may glimpse surreal scenes of terror and witness ghostly manifestations in her Polar Twilight Series. Some of Cathy’s art begs the viewer to take more than one look. Look again, and you may see something you didn’t see before!

In addition to sci-fi and horror imagery, Cathy’s artwork also features images of animals (Polar Bear Garden) and arctic landscapes (Walrussia). More of Cathy’s work can be found here:

ARCTIC FIRE artwork of Cathy Miller Burgoyne


2 Responses to “Polaria and Polar Twilight”

  • Rhonda says:

    Oh my goodness! I <3 Horror Child. That is definitely going to inspire something from me sometime, I can just tell.

    Great work 🙂

  • Richard says:

    I really like the optical illusion effect of “Look Again”, but my personal favourite out of the six may be “Haunted”. It is just so haunting. Plus, I like how the ghostly arm is reflected in the tree outside the window.

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