Giclée on Canvas

Lightning Lady

She may have come from a Kansas farm or a New York College. She was probably single and in her early 20s. She had dreamed of flying most of her life. The folks back home said she had “stars in her eyes and the sky on her mind.” We see[…]

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Impressing the Night Shift

It was beautiful, it was fast, and it had a grace of line and contour few airplanes have possessed. Spooling back through half a century we see its silver sides glistening in the late afternoon sun. Just under a canopy of camouflage netting a young army ferry pilot leans against[…]

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Balboa Rendezvous, 1944

It’s a bright January morning in 1944. Far away in Europe and in the Pacific theater, America is engaged in an epic struggle against the forces of fascism. Our nation’s industries are humming with ever increasing activity, supplying the tools necessary for ultimate victory. Yet, along the sandy shore of[…]

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