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Bruce MacKay

Bruce first indulged the great loves of his life as a London based international automotive art director for more than 30 years. The numerous European photographic sessions he conducted honed his considerable awareness of light. Bruce has exhibited at many international events including the Goodwood Festival of Speed and is a regular exhibitor at the Guild of Aviation Artists Summer Exhibition in London, winning the RAF Museum prize twice as well as ASAA where he was invited to their Retrospective in Battle Creek . In 2014 he won the James V. Roy Award for best art at the San Diego ASAA exhibition. Commissions have included Indianapolis Speedway, and race drivers AJ Foyte and Tony Stewart. Bruce's paintings are displayed in Museums and private collections worldwide.

 

 

 



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Don Malko

Don is an art educator and artist member of the ASAA. A graduate of the College of NJ, B.A. Art Education, and Rutgers University, M.A. Studio Art, Don has been an art educator in the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District for 29 years. He presently teaches art studio and art history courses at BRRSD and art history at Raritan Valley College.



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Larry Manofsky

Larry attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University from 1974-1978 graduating with a degree in Aeronautical Science. Upon graduation he worked as a flight instructor, charter pilot, and then as a ‘midnight aviator', flying bank checks to Federal Reserve Banks. He attended The University of Tennessee in Knoxville from 1984-1988 and obtained a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering. After graduation, he was hired by Rockwell Space Operations Company in Houston Texas and joined the Mission Operation Directorate/Training Division and assigned as a Space Shuttle Simulator Control and Propulsion Instructor. His duties included training astronaut candidates, teaching individual astronaut crewmembers ...

 

 


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Robert Mascher

Robert Mascher is a young Hungarian artist. He studied product design at the Academy of Applied Arts in Budapest. After obtaining his BA and MA degrees, he worked with graphics and taught art. His sculptures and paintings are of various styles but have one thing in common. They are connected to flying and aircraft ...


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Christopher John Meeks


Fascinated by the history of flight and aviation throughout his life, John Meeks eventually found painting to be the ideal form of expression for his interest. Particularly interested in the earlier years of aviation up to, and including WWII, he has a special fondness for the World War I period and The Spanish Civil War ...




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Priscilla Messner-Patterson

Priscilla Messner-Patterson and her husband make their home in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. After living for 23 years on rugged Kodiak Island in the Gulf of Alaska, they welcome views of farmland, mountains and seacoast as well as the sunny days of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley two hours northwest of Seattle ...



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Wade Meyers

When his family moved to Bossier City, Louisiana when he was ten years old, Wade Meyers immediately began spending most of his youthful idle time sitting in a big field near his house watching the comings and goings of military aircraft from Barksdale AFB, Louisiana, which was adjacent to his neighborhood ...



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Eric Michelsen

Eric Michelsen is an artist member of the American Society of Aviation Artists, the Air Force Art Program and the Professional Aerial Photographers Association. Combining his outstanding artistic ability with a wealth of knowledge gained as an aerial and aviation photographer, Eric's aviation art stands out for it's strong painterly quality and powerful, technically accurate imagery ...




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Allan A. Miranda

Allan Miranda is a self-taught artist with a passion for creating aviation art. He has been painting since 1991, and was accepted as an ASAA Artist Member in 2001. Allan paints primarily military aviation subjects, but specializes in naval aviation. He has been steadily increasing the number of commissioned works and private collections ...



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Bryan G. Moon

British born, he pursues his artistic career with two wildly diverse interests. He emigrated to the USA nearly 30 years ago from England where his career began at Southampton College of art followed by service in the Royal Air Force. To a business career in aviation, he added election to Britain's distinguished Society of Aviation Artists and more recently, to the American Society of Aviation Artists ...




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Thomas A. Morgan

After serving five years in the RCAF, I attended and graduated from the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. My professional career includes studio and freelance illustration, layout and design and a senior Art Director position with a Chicago advertising agency. I am a licensed pilot, a contributing artist to the USAF Art Program and an Artist Member of ASAA since its inception ...




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James Scott Morrison

Mr. Morrison is essentially self-taught. He took art in high school, a few evening classes and some watercolor workshops. He works in two different mediums. One is watercolor. The other is acrylic ink in which he does freehand line drawings with technical pens and the inks. He has won national awards with each medium ...



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