Fan paints 9 awesome Serenity pics in 1 day to be sold for charity

Well-known geek artist James Hance whipped out these beautifully rendered portraits of the rollicking Serenity crew in just 24 hours!  Each one perfectly captures the quirky personalities and rare essences of characters from Joss Whedon's space-western TV series and feature film. 

These original paintings were graciously donated by Hance to "Can't Stop the Serenity," a humanitarian group working for the protection and promotion of the human rights of women around the world through their main organization, Equality Now. 

All nine watercolors will be auctioned off as part of the charity's annual auction in November.  Whedon is one of Equality Now's main advocates and has supported charity screenings of his Serenity film since 2006 at schools, universities and special functions worldwide.   Check out the still-flyin' crew art below and revel in your favorite Firefly memory.

Collector prints of this Serenity series will be available to the public on Monday, Feb. 11, at Hance's website.

(Via Geeks Are Sexy)

 

 

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