"Star Trek: Next Generation #31 "Foreign Foes" Paperback Book Cove"   Lot no. 2949

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By Keith Birdsong

1994 (Estimated)
24.50" x 24.50"
Color Pencil and Acrylic Paint over Graphite
Signed and Dated



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Will Riker, Deanna Troi, and Worf are featured on this fantastic painting by Keith Birdsong that was used as the cover for the novel "Foreign Foes" by Dave Galanter and Greg Brodeur.

Birdsong, Keith:A self-taught artist, Oklahoma native Keith Birdsong became the primary Star Trek artist for licensed products and books for over a decade. He has painted covers for Star Trek novels, the Shadowrun RPG (a cyberpunk themed role playing game), and Young Reader books for Scholastic Books and other publishers. His work has appeared in films, on collectible plates, and even U.S. postage stamps. He transformed the collectible plate industry while employed by The Hamilton Collection, where he pioneered the idea for a hexagonal plate that fit with other plates to form a larger image. . Illustrator and painter, best known for his illustrations for Star Trek novel co


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Keith Birdsong is a self taught artist, who was born and raised in a small town named Muskogee Oklahoma, where he resided until the age of 15. After that he lived in California, and Texas for a year each. He than moved to Missouri where he finished school, got married and then went into the service, joining the 82nd Airborne Division.
During that time he did several art projects for the Service. After getting out of the service he started working with an advertising company. After deciding to leave that firm, he started doing free lance work with Teen Magazine, Muscle Fitness, along with several children's books. Shortly afterwards he and his family moved back to Muskogee so his daughter could be around family. He continued doing freelance work, and started working with Star Trek, Hamilton Collection, Bradford Exchange and the United States Postal Service. 




The following is submitted April 2004 by DeeJay (Dolores J Gaugh), sister of the artist:

The following is from AskArt, submitted April 2004 by DeeJay (Dolores J Gaugh), sister of the artist.