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  • Wing and Spar

    Powdercoat, acrylic, and salvaged Piper Cherokee parts.

  • Wing and Spar

  • Corsair

    Urethane on aluminum construction. The dark blue-green (sea blue) is the authentic color of WW2 Navy carrier planes such as the F4U Corsair. 48" x 48" x 3"

  • Corsair

  • Corsair II (SOLD)

    44" x 44" x 2"

  • Corsair II (SOLD)

  • Grand Slam (The Powers U-2)

    Urethane on aluminum mounted with flush rivets. Grand Slam was the code name for the Powers U-2 overflight of Soviet Russia in 1960. The U-2 serial number and possible tail number is in red. 36" x 73" x 2"

  • Grand Slam (The Powers U-2)

  • Aero Panel

    Acrylic on aluminum panel mounted with aircraft rivets. This portrays typical aircraft material and construction methods. 48" x 48"

  • Aero Panel

  • Stealth

    Urethane on aluminum mounted with flush screws and was inspired by the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane. 24" x 48"

  • Stealth (detail)

  • White Wing

    Wood frame covered with silk on acrylic wood panel. This portrays the wing of an aerobatic sport plane capable of withstanding extremely high G-forces. 36" x 96" x 5"

  • White Wing (detail)

  • Tail Feathers

    Acrylic on aluminum panel mounted with aircraft rivets. This depicts the vertical tail decoration on the pre-WW2 military aircraft. The double perspective is intended to create an illusion of movement. 36" x 36" x 1"

  • Tail Feathers

  • Huey Blade

    Acrylic on Huey helicopter rotor blade. 60" x 24" x 21"

  • Huey Blade

  • Insignia

    Acrylic on canvas. 48" x 24"

  • J-3 Wing (SOLD)

    Wood and silkspan construction on acrylic painted canvas. The J3 was the first Piper cub and is one of the most recognized civilian aircraft. The yellow-orange separation between the wing sections is "cub yellow". 72" x 24" x 4"

  • Orientamento Aereo (SOLD)

    Acrylic on Canvas. 36' x 64'