My passion is painting World War 2 military aircraft. To the extent my budget allowed I have presented prints or originals to those who flew or served with these planes. My hope is that you will see something in my art that reminds you of the sacrifice that these men and women made for our country.
When you buy my prints and paintings, my wife and I donate the “artist’s” portion of the purchase price to the Tuskegee Airmen’s youth fund or the local chapter of the Commemorative Air Force as indicated on each piece of art. It is our way of saying thank you to those who served.
I have donated prints for various silent auctions including the 2013 National Convention of the Tuskegee Airmen and annual CAF Heart of America Air Expo in Olathe to raise money for these organizations. To raise additional money for the Tuskegee youth fund, a limited run of numbered prints are being sold mostly to those who attended the Tuskegee convention.
Paintings of other aircraft will be added to the online gallery, but if you have a particular plane that is meaningful to you or your family, I am open to the possibility of including it as well.