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Edward Waters

Ed Waters was born in England in 1926. At an early age, he became an engineering apprentice. This apprenticeship was interrupted by service in the Fleet Air Arm as an aviation cadet. After the war, Ed finished his apprenticeship and schooling and went to work as an aircraft designer at British Aerospace ...



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Richard Wheatland

Richard has been drawing and painting almost since he was able to hold a pencil. His family background is full of artistic and engineering talent, and it was with the help of his artistically gifted Aunt that Richard first became engrossed with the world of painting.


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Andrew C. Whyte

Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1926, Andrew grew up with a love of aviation instilled by his father who served in the Royal Flying Corps/Royal Air Force. In WWII, Andy served with the U.S. Navy as a flight engineer/gunner, starting out in SBDs, then PBYs, PBMs and PV-2s. He spent a total of ten years in active duty and reserve service ...


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Glen W. Winterscheidt

As a boy, flying models hung from the ceiling of his bedroom, and airplane pictures covered the walls. Among those pictures were his own sketches of planes and cars. His boyhood room predicted his life work: a pilot of Martin Mariners in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War, and Navy service, attendance and graduation from Art Center College in California ...




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Terry Wofford


Born in England, Terry Wofford's formal art education began at age 12 when she was accepted by a school for artistically gifted children. Continuing on to Birmingham College of Art she obtained a degree in art and design. After designing for a textile company in Finland she moved to California and worked as an illustrator for several years ...




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Ronald T. K. Wong


Ronald’s name needs little introduction to air force units in Western Europe and the US, for whom his precise and dramatic aviation work has been a familiar presence and inspiration for many years. His University degree in biochemistry originally set him on a career in the British health laboratories, and it was years afterwards that he returned to his childhood love of painting, and of aircraft ...




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Keith Woodcock


Keith Woodcock has been a professional aviation artist for almost 20 years, and his work is regularly seen as limited edition prints, on book jackets, and ceramic collectibles. Original paintings have been produced for private, public, and corporate clients worldwide, including Boeing, the Royal Air Force, BAE Systems, the Norwegian Air Force, Cathy Pacific, and the Luftwaffe ...




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Michael W. Wooten


I developed an interest in drawing at an early age and, being an "Army brat," my interest was in things military. I would spend hours drawing military planes, ships and armor. I maintained this interest over the years. A hitch as an F-4 hydraulics mechanic in the USMC air wing from 1971-1975 led to a greater knowledge and appreciation for aviation art ...




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