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Konrad Hack

Artist Fellow Konrad Hack served as a combat artist in Vietnam, was the founding member of the Chicago Air Force Artists Association, and is a member of the NASA Fine Art Program. He teaches at the Robert Morris College near Niles, Illinois. His works appear in many military museums and in the National Air and Space Museum ...


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Paul Hambleton

Paul Hambleton is an aviation and portrait artist living in Fort Myers, Florida. His interest in art began at an early age. Inspired by his father’s occupation as an Air Force fighter pilot, Paul began depicting airplanes at age four. By age eleven, he was producing several drawings per day ...


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Frank Hanley

 


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Glen N. Hart

“My style is that of an Aviation Impressionist Painter. Aircraft have different levels that they project. I tend to gravitate to how they make me feel. That’s the way I paint them.” It’s been a long road from illustrating with the U.S. Army evacuation forces in Vietnam (1975), to building models and creating electronic art for software companies (1996 to present) ...



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Ron Hart

Long inspired by the works of N.C. Wyeth and Maxfield Parrish, Ron studied at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, specializing in illustration and design. He went on to serve as a pilot for American Airlines for 22 years. He has always considered himself a full time artist and was never far from an easel and paint brushes ...


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Brian J. Hawkins

 


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Steven L. Heyen


Aviation Artist Steven Heyen has created a selection of portraits of aviation's most beautiful and interesting aircraft. A multi-award winning artist, his works can be found in collections all over the world. This site also provides collectors with the opportunity to evaluate, discuss and purchase original aviation art, as well as a small selection of limited edition prints ...


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Kristin Hill

Kristin Hill specializes in aviation art, concentrating on fine art oil paintings and custom commissions. Her works depict both the man-made aspects of aviation and the natural environment encountered during flight. Kristin draws upon her formal education in fine arts, a lifetime in a family aviation business and broad diversity of flight experience to paint the richness of flight in the skies we explore ...



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James J. Horan

Jim Horan grew up around airfields. His father, an aircraft mechanic and electrician, worked at several Air Force bases during and after World War II. Horan often visited the bases for air shows. After graduation from Bellevue (Nebraska) High School, near Offutt Air Force Base, Horan attended the University of Omaha and graduated from the Omaha Art School ...



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E. Wayne Huffaker

Wayne Huffaker is an Automobilia Artist, living in Houston, Texas. He was born in Canada, and lived in Island Falls, Saskatchewan until moving to the United States in the middle 1940's. Wayne retired from Conoco Inc. after 40 years of working in Graphics and Information Management ...


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Margo A. Hughes

Margo‘s art career started in 1986 and progressed from landscapes, still life and animals to aviation by 1995. She still loves to depict all subjects, but jet aviation is her favorite. She has done several paintings depicting aviation during WWII. She is a member of the U.S. Air Force Art Program and has contributed several paintings ...


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Syed Masood Akhtar Hussaini

An Artist Fellow of the ASAA, Group Captain Syed Masood Akhtar Hussaini is the official Military Aviation Artist of the Pakistan Air Force. Born in January 1951, he joined PAF College, Sargodha in 1963 and was commissioned as a pilot in March 1971 at the PAF Academy, Risalpur, gaining a Bachelor's degree from that institution. In 1973 he qualified as an Air Defence Weapons Controller, a capacity in which he continued to serve until his retirement in 2000.
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