I googled all those, and no. It's weird cause this guy's stuff was everywhere in these shops back then and history has forgotten him. The paintings were very tightly rendered and would often show these huge beings that turned out to be architectural structures that looked like people, with panoramic vistas in the background, etc.
hey art, maybe you can answer this. there was a fantasy artist in the '70s whose paintings were sold as large offset posters in head shops and funky "youth culture" stores throughout, and yet I see no examples of his work in fantasy art books. do you know who I mean? what's his name? the images had a mysterious mood and mythological, surreal, etc. (like a lot of fantasy art, but he had his own distinct take on it)