Cornelius Proves His Consistent Talent With Work from Now and Then

[ Posted: Nov 05, 2020 ]


Illustrator Ray-Mel Cornelius' spookier work from back in the day, were recently shared in his “Throwback Thursday” Facebook posts. The first one is a cover for a mystery novel by writer Reginald Hill, titled “On Beulah Height”. It depicts the story of disappearing children in a flooded town in rural England named Dendale. The second illustration, which sees a man wearing a spooky tribal mask, was made for an American Airlines in-flight magazine and depicts the “miracle cure” properties of aspirin.

Just in case these earlier pieces gave you a bit of a fright, we thought it best to also include some of Ray-Mel’s newer and more jovial work (which are now on display at the W.O.W. Gallery in Santa Fe, NM!).



Cornelius Proves His Consistent Talent With Work from Now and Then
[ Copyright ©Ray-Mel Cornelius ]

Cornelius Proves His Consistent Talent With Work from Now and Then
[ Copyright ©Ray-Mel Cornelius ]

Cornelius Proves His Consistent Talent With Work from Now and Then
[ Copyright ©Ray-Mel Cornelius ]

Cornelius Proves His Consistent Talent With Work from Now and Then
[ Copyright ©Ray-Mel Cornelius ]

Related Links

- Ray-Mel Cornelius's Altpick Portfolio

- Ray-Mel's Facebook Page