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David Kalbach

David was introduced to the world of aviation by his father, a private pilot. As a youth he particularly enjoyed weekend flights to the Airport-in-the-sky on Catalina Island where the highlight was a “carrier-like” mountain top strip and the famous pancake breakfast served to pilots. David was introduced to the world of aviation by his father, a private pilot. As a youth he particularly enjoyed weekend flights to the Airport-in-the-sky on Catalina Island where the highlight was a “carrier-like” mountain top strip and the famous pancake breakfast served to pilots ...





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Thomas Kalina

Tom has been painting and flying since the age of sixteen. He has accumulated over 16,000 hours of flying experience in a variety of aircraft types. This piloting background brings to the canvas authentic views of aircraft and their realm.
Tom specializes in oil paintings of commercial and general aviation, with an emphasis on airliners of the 1950s ...



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Michael Kane

Born in northern Ohio, the Cleveland air show fed Michael Kane’s early artistic interests in aviation and set him on a course that continues today. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Columbus College of Art and Design. Now based in Denver, Colorado, he currently operates a successful interior mural and faux finish business ...


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Robert J. Keith

Robert brings his passion for aircraft and the love of flight into aviation related attempting to create a place where the viewer may wish to be, if only for a moment. Therefore, his paintings of military aircraft usually appear in non-lethal scenes focusing on the beauty of the machine and its surroundings ...



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Judi Geer Kellas

Judi Geer Kellas grew up on the Gulf Coast of the southern United States. Both parents painted so she began painting when about 8 years old. Geer Kellas has a BA in Fine Art & a MA in Painting. She married George Kellas and moved to the Midwest in 1968. Geer Kellas taught at KU in the early 1970s and opened the 7E7 Gallery in 1972 ...



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Bill Kluge

After spending four years working on Marine Corps "slow movers" - helicopters and OV-10s - Bill entered Virginia Commonwealth University's commercial art program. Graduating in 1982, he immediately went to work as a full time illustrator and graphic designer for NASA ...



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Ehren Knapp

Ehren resides in Erie, Pennsylvania, yet has lived and traveled extensively throughout the United States. He studied at the Laguna College of Art and Design in Laguna Beach, CA, Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy, and earned his BFA from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, Pa, graduating Magna cum laude. He is also a visual arts instructor at the Neighborhood art House in Erie, PA and Erie Art Museum. Specializing in emotional, fine art renditions of aviation and historical themes, he is also a well-traveled muralist with work in San Diego, Boston, and Philadelphia.

 



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Kenneth W. Kotik

Ken Kotik began a commercial art carrier in 1969, specializing in aviation illustrations from 1976 to the present. He was employed by McDonnell Aircraft Corporation as an illustrator from 1980 until 1990. He created conceptual paintings of classified projects and was awarded the Presidents Award as a recognition of excellence ...



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Paul A. Kreutziger

Spouse: Penny Paul was born and raised in Port Huron, Michigan on the Great Lakes. Paul has been fascinated with airplanes since he was a kid building wooden aircraft models. He has been a member of the ASAA since 1988 and an active participant in the Air Force Art Program for over fifteen years.



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