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Bruce L. Thomas

Bruce lives on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. He is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art, Toronto, and has been a practicing artist for over 40 years. As a private pilot Bruce experienced the challenge and exhilaration of flight. This experience informs the work. Bruce finds WW1 aviation of particular significance due to the human vulnerability in fragile aircraft ...



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Charles Thompson

Charles styled automobiles for Ford Motor Company for thirty-seven years. He is an ASAA Artist Fellow, winning “Best of Show— British Artist” in 1991, “Founder's Awards” in 1993, and 1996, “Merit Awards” in 1995, 1996, and 1997, and the prestigious “James V. Roy Award” for the best painting in show in 1999 ...


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Bill Tomsa

Bill enjoys painting on location whenever possible and, therefore, many of his paintings are landscapes, urbanscapes, and marine nautical subjects. He began creating aviation drawings and paintings about 20 years ago when he earned a private pilot‘s license in gliders, adding a single engine land rating several years later. For most of the 80s and the early 90s, he was a regular contributing artist to the magazines "Private Pilot" and "Soaring." ...




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Mario Toscano


Mario Toscano has deep passion for aviation and fine art. Currently, the Art Director and Associate Editor of the Federal Aviation Administration’s FAA Aviation News magazine in Washington, DC. Mario is an American impressionist working from the Howard County (Maryland, USA) Center for the Arts atelier of American artist David Zuccarini ...




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