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Don Parr

Parr’s works portray the functional aesthetics of aircraft design--an elegant balance of strength, weight, and aerodynamic efficiency. His art captures the essence of this balance with an artistic abstraction that facilitates appreciation of the underlying uncontrived, pure aesthetics. His objective is to celebrate aviation’s extraordinary expression of function and design-a fusion rarely found in today’s man-made products.

 

 

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Willy Peeters

 





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Darby Perrin

Darby Perrin’s love for aviation began in 1986 when he joined the United States Air Force.  Already an accomplished artist, the military fed his creativity and afforded many opportunities to paint and design.  He’s been a Crew Chief and flew as an Airborne Communications Technician on AWACS.  He’s presently in the Air Force Reserve and works as a KC-135 Boom Operator at Tinker Air Force Base near Oklahoma City. 
Darby is a self-taught artist and has won numerous awards and honors.  He has an eye for the majesty and mysticism of aviation and his work is seen on canvases and prints that hang in museums and private collections throughout the world.  He’s also designed and painted nose art on 34 USAF aircraft.  His gallery and studio house over 75 different prints, and dozens of original paintings including several hand painted leather jackets.



 

 

 



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Mark Pestana

Mark Pestana is an aviation artist and pilot. He‘s logged over 3800 hours of jet flight time, as a pilot in the U.S. Air Force and as a Research Pilot for NASA. A Lieutenant Colonel in the USAF Reserve, he currently flys NASA research aircraft at Edwards AFB, California. Specializing in aviation and space art, and landscape and seascape painting, Mark was awarded First Place in the 1990 USAF Artist/Craftsman Competition, and his paintings are displayed in the Pentagon and military bases ...





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William S. Philips

William S. Phillips has had a fascination with aviation for as long as he can remember. His career in aviation art began in 1968, and since that time he has traveled the world documenting the history of aviation. His original paintings hang in museums and public and private collections throughout the world. Published by the Greenwich Workshop with over 95 prints, Phillips is also a member of the Air Force, NASA, and Navy Art Programs ...




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Hugh Polder

Award winning artist, born in 1930, educated in Cincinnati, Ohio, Hugh later attended night school at the Central Academy of Commercial Arts and Gephart School of Portrait Painting. He enlisted in the Air Force in '51- '54 as illustrator for the 3300th Publication Unit Air Training Command, St Louis, Missouri. After leaving the service he became a commercial artist for studios and agencies ...



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Cher M. Pruys


Cher is a self taught artist who paints in a wide array of mediums including watercolor, oil, and acrylic. For the past ten years, most of her paintings have been of aviation subjects, having completed over 170 aviation commissions. Cher has sold her paintings in every province of Canada, several of the states in the United States, and as far away as Hong Kong and Micronesia ...




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Marco Antonio Coelho Pullin

Marco Antonio Coelho Pullin was born in São Paulo – Brazil in November 18th, 1942. He is a self-taught artist and started painting during his youth, producing copies of the Masters of Impressionism like Renoir and the Britsh landscaper Constable ...



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