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Sharon Rajnus

Sharon Rajnus was an artist before learning to fly in the 1970s, and this new perspective became a compelling part of her new work. Rajnus comes to aviation in particular from a father who was an engineer and Project Administrator with Lockheed Aircraft during WWII ...



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Craig V. Randall

Craig Randall has won numerous awards over the years for his aviation art, including the EAA Annual Art Competition, the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Competition, the All-Army Art Contest, and the National Museum of Naval Aviation art contest ...



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Steve Remington

Steve worked as a helicopter flight test engineer for the first fifteen years of his career. His love of aviation prompted him to start his own business in 1965 which, for 35 years, was involved in nearly all phases of the general aviation business, including flight operations as an FBO, maintenance, and engineering of helicopter accessory products. He began an aviation art gallery located in Santa Barbara, California, in 1987. Steve has now elected to focus his efforts on painting and also maintains an aviation website...




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Paul Rendel

Paul Rendel considers himself a story teller, using strong shapes and color to tell both the facts and the emotion of an event. The research that goes into each of his works is extensive. His aviation paintings have been featured at museums and shows in both the United States and Europe. Paul in an Experimental Aircraft Association Master Artist, and has won awards from the Pensacola Naval Air Museum. He is an Artist Fellow member and past president of the American Society of Aviation Artists ...




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John Reinhold

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Peter K. Ring Sr.


Peter Ring is a self educated aviation artist born and raised in Worcester, Ma. Peter is well known nationally for his "photo realistic" paintings of commercial and military aircraft. Peter paints primarily in acrylic, though he occasionally does pencil drawings. Painting aviation art is his way of staying close to to aviation, to convey its thrill, and of showing what airplanes look like up close and at their best angles ...





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Barry Ross

Barry is a nationally recognized, award-winning illustrator, who is presently a contributing illustrator to Flying Magazine, Flight Journal, and Aviation International News. In Flying Magazine he has illustrated the “I Learned About Flying From That” column for the last 25 years. His sports illustrations have appeared in Sports Illustrated, Outdoor Life, and Running Times ...




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Michelle Rouch

Michelle Rouch is a self-taught artist, who combines technical knowledge and accuracy with ability to define abstraction between finite lines. Her artwork continues to range over the full spectrum, which includes portraits, architecture, marine, aviation, landscape, and astronomical subjects. Rouch has many years of art experience. Rouch's engineering background offers the foundation for her artistic ability to draw aviation and astronomical subjects...

 

 

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Hal Rozema

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Rick Ruhman

Rick Ruhman pursues a lifelong interest in aviation through his artwork. His paintings, photographs, and writings have been internationally published for over twenty years. An Honors Graduate from the University of California, he is a Charter Member/Artist Fellow of ASAA, a member of the Society of Illustrators, and contributes to the USAF Art Program ...




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