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Robert Aikins

Robert G. Aikins credits his father, a World War I flyer, with inspiring his early interest in aviation. Building model airplanes grew into designing and building model cars. This led to the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles and a career spanning 35 years designing cars and trucks for the Ford Motor Company. After retiring as Chief Designer, Robert returned to his love of airplanes and started oil painting in 2001. His work covers all phases of aviation history with over 100 paintings...



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Richard Allison

Richard Allison is the former editorial cartoonist for Army Times Publishing Company in Washington D. C. Currently, he is an illustrator specializing in aviation, marine, and railroad subjects. He is a participant in the U.S. Air Force Art Program ...



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Steve Anderson

Steve Anderson has had a passion for aviation art since his tour in the U.S. Navy in the late 1960's, when he worked with jet aircraft. He has enjoyed a varied career, ranging from teaching fine arts, to creating Emmy award-winning special effects ...



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William Atkinson

Bill is originally from Rhode Island and was introduced to aviation at an early age by his father, a U.S. Air Force pilot. Bill‘s passion for flying eventually led to a 23 year career as a U.S. Army Aviator ...



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Gerald Asher


Gerry is a third generation aviator and self taught artist. He began creating original works as a sideline business while in the U.S. Air Force as a jet aircraft mechanic. He has been a contributor to the Air Force Art Program since 1981, through which his art hangs in the halls of the Pentagon and other government installations around the world ...




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