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Giampaolo Baglioni

Giampaolo Baglioni was born in Florence, Italy, but now lives in Brazil. At a very young age, he learned to draw. In the early fifties, he started to visit air shows promoted by the Brazilian Air Force and demonstrations by US Navy and US Air Force teams ...


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Chad S. Bailey

C. S. Bailey graduated from the University of Utah with a BFA in Fine Arts and has been airbrushing for over twenty years. He specializes in modern aircraft, World War II aircraft and Naval ships of all types. He is a member of the American Society of Aviation Artists, and the Oklahoma Aviation Artist Association ...


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Robert Bailey

Robert Bailey is an Artist Fellow with the American Society of Aviation Artists (ASAA). He was born and raised in Staffordshire, England. He attended Longton College of Art and for years was in television as a photographer and show host, then in newspapers as a designer, photographer and writer ...


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Jim Balletto

Jim hails from Warner Robins, Georgia, Home of the Robins Air Force Base Museum of Aviation and the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame.
As a proud Vietnam Veteran, Jim honorably served in the United States Air Force for thirty-four years, both as an Airman and in the Department of Defense. In Vietnam he served as a photo journalist with the 600th Photo Squadron and did some work for the "Stars and Stripes". His experience carried him to become a Political Cartoonist for Knight-Ridder News and later McClatchy Newspapers...

 

 


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Jean-Luc Beghin

Jean-Luc Beghin was five when Allied forces liberated his home town in Belgium during World War II. The events around him left him with a lasting fascination for aviation as well as all things American. He later served as an illustrator, comic strip artist and photographer for military and civilian publications. Today he is an American citizen living in Los Angeles ...



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Seymour Binder

Seymour Binder has been involved in art for most of his life. He had just started painting aircraft subjects when he was called into the Army. His painting was halted while he was based at White Sands Proving Ground, New Mexico and Fort Bliss, Texas. There he worked on V-2 rockets where he met and worked with Werner Von Braun ...


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Martin Bleasby

Born in Hitchin Hertfordshire in 1958. In the UK, Martin now lives in Letchworth Hertfordshire. He worked in the Aerospace Industry at BAe for a number of years, and has always been interested in Aviation Art. He joined the Guild of Aviation Artist’s in August 2002 and the American Society of Aviation Artists a year later ...


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Ardell Bourgeois

Ardell was born in Alberta, Canada and moved around North America with his family, settling in Sardis, British Columbia after his father’s retirement from the Canadian Armed Forces. He attended the Emily Carr College of Art and Design, majoring in animation and three dimensional studies ...


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Colin E. Bowley

Colin E. Bowley, lives on Vancouver Island British Columbia, Canada. Educated in England, he attended the Worthing College of Art and the Brighton Institute in Sussex. Enlisting in the Air Force in 1946 he served for 6 years in Africa, the Middle East and England ...


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Alison Boyle

Although Alison Boyle has been an artist for many years, she was only introduced to aviation art in 2002 after painting a gift for her army officer husband. Taking advantage of the unique opportunity and permission to observe military aircraft closely, she uses her eye for detail and the critique of the pilots to capture and create authentic paintings ...


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Mark Bray

Born in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1958, Mark has been drawing and painting since early childhood and has always been fascinated with anything related to flight. Having painted a wide variety of subject matter Mark is now concentrating his artistic efforts on the world of flight and aerospace...

 

 


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Sather Bruguiere

Born in Oakland, California in 1940, Kenneth Hamilton Sather (as in sayther) Bruguière (as in brewgair) is the grandson of pioneering Modernist photographer Francis Joseph Bruguière (1879-1945). See BRUGUIÈRE - His Photographs and His Life. James Enyeart, Alfred A. Knoph, New York, 1977. Although largely self-taught Sather Bruguière's work has been part of a life-long study of art and artists. For almost fifty years he has been specializing in regional landscapes and other genre throughout the United States. Working in oil, he has also painted...

 

 


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Robert Brun

Born in Baltimore, Robert’s interest in aviation started at a very early age. During the first 18 years of his life he built scale and flying models of just about “anything with a propeller”, but primarily planes of the 1930s and 40s. After attending the Rhode Island School of Design (R.I.S.D.) in the 1970’s where he earned his B.F.A. in Illustration, Robert worked for various advertising agencies in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. In 1986 Robert founded... ...

 


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Paul Burrows

Paul served in the Air Force and Air National Guard as a pilot, flying F-101, F-102, F-4, O-2 and A-37 aircraft, during which time he painted as a hobby. After retirement, he began devoting more time to aviation art and has been a member of the American Society of Aviation Artists since 1987...


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