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Don Carlson

Don was born in Stillwater Minnesota in 1920. After high school, he attended the Saint Paul School of Art in Minneapolis. His first employment was as an apprentice artist for Midwest Badge and Novelty Company, followed by a job as a line artist for Greene Engraving Company ...


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Hank Caruso

Hank Caruso's award-winning and highly collectible Aerocatures are unique in Aviation Art. Aerocatures have attracted a growing number of fans since their first formal appearance in the March 1981 issue of Naval Aviation News ...


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Doug Castleman

Douglas is an oil and watercolor painter, working as a freelance illustrator, graphic designer, fine artist and graphic and art teacher. As a fine artist, he enjoys painting mostly aviation, landscape and marine subjects. He accepts commissions. He is an Artist Member of the ASAA, and many local associations including the Los Angeles Society of Illustrators. He teaches art locally and watercolor painting for Yosemite National Park's Art Center. ...

 


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John Clark

At the age of six, John Clark became interested in airplanes. From his home in Chicago, he spent many hours watching them fly overhead on their landing approach to Midway Airport. He often wondered— how do airplanes turn? His conclusion was that the wings rotated; left for a left turn; right for a right turn ...


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Gil Cohen

Gil Cohen, member of the American Society of Aviation Artists and twice winner of the Society's prestigious 'Best of Show' award, ranks among the world's leading aviation artists ...


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Willis L. Cole, Jr.

 


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Don Connolly

Don served several years as president of CAAA, and then another five as editor of that association’s newsletter, Aerial Views. His work is widely distributed and can be found in many museums, such as the Canada Aviation Museum, the Canada War Museum, the British Columbia Aviation Museum, the RCAF Museum, the USN Aviation Museum, etc ...


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Steve Cox

Steve Cox has been interested in aircraft, artwork, and model making as long as he can remember. He served in the USAF as a crew chief on C-141s, and at McDonnell Douglas and Boeing as an assembly mechanic on F-15s, 747s and 767s. For the past 28 years he has been a model maker / illustrator in the Rapid Prototyping & Modeling lab at Boeing's Development Center in Seattle. His illustrations of new aircraft designs for Boeing, Airmaster / Avalon Aircraft, Aviator Ales, and other private clients have been published in Aviation Week, Flight international, Interavia, Ambhibious Warfare Review, International Test Pilots Association, Motor books International, and Air Classics among others. His original paintings hang in the collections of the Museum of Flight, NASA, NASM, Boeing Flight Test, and many private collections.

 

 

 

 

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Raymond Crane

Ray Crane has been a professional artist for more than 30 years, working out of his own studios while also serving as artist for Boston's Museum of Science, where he produces space and astronomical art for multimedia planetarium productions ...


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