🔴USNS Comfort No.1
5" x 7" oil on wood SKU #: MC-1527
14" x 18" oil on wood SKU #: MC-1526
14" x 16" Graphite on archival cotton paper.
18" x 24" oil on wood
Care Under Fire
11" x 14" oil on canvas
9" x 11" watercolor on paper
8" x 10" watercolor on paper
Tough Old Birds
24" x 36" oil on canvas. Description: Two USAF A-10 Thunderbolt II "Warthogs" rise up over the Afghanistan Mountains in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
24" x 36" oil on canvas. Description: A United States Coast Guard medium response boat and MH-65 Dolphin helicopter head out to meet Hurricane Harvey as it approaches the Texas coast.
16" x 20" oil on linen. Description: A task force advances into Iraq consisting of a M1A1 Abrams main battle tank, M2A2 Bradley fighting vehicle with OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopters in support.
24" x 36" oil on canvas. Description: A United States Navy F-18 Hornet launches off an aircraft carrier.
24" x 36" oil on canvas. Description: During WWII B-29 Superfortress bombers and P-51 Mustang planes flew from India and Burma over the Himalayan Mountains into China in efforts to free China from the tyrannical Japanese occupation. Allied pilots nicknamed their high altitude routes as flying "The Hump".
Protect, Defend and Fight
24" x 36" oil on canvas. Description: An USAF Security Forces airman stands guard with his military working dog as equipment is loaded into a C5 plane.
San Antonio Talons
24" x 36" oil on canvas Description: Three USAF T-38C Northrop Talons patrolling and training over the skies of San Antonio, Texas USA. Each plane is tagged with their Texan home training base; Randolph, Laughlin, and Sheppard AFB.
36" x 48" oil on canvas Description: This scene depicts the legendary 19th century U.S. Army Cavalry soldiers during a time in history when such units were segregated. These men were nicknamed buffalo soldiers by Indian adversaries due to their hair style and battle strengths similar to the Great Plains Bison. Here they are crossing the Rio Grande River at the end of another patrol with the Texas Chisos Mountains of the Big Bend Region in the distance.
16" x 20" oil on canvas Description: 3 generations of U.S. Army Medical Evacuation (Medevac) Helicopters Bell H-13 Sioux, Bell UH-1 Iroquois (Huey), Sikorsky UH-60 Blackhawk
🔴 Others May Live
30" x 40" oil on canvas Description: Medical evacuation of U.S. 1st Calvary soldiers during the Vietnam war using a UH-1 Huey Medevac helicopter. Depicted here is a sunset rice patty field in the central highlands of Vietnam. The historical limitation to the MEDEVAC was that few pilots could fly at night into these landing zones due to period technology and training. Getting the wounded out before dark was critical.
4" x 12" oil on canvas | Description: a WWII/Korean war era C-47 Army air corps planes with D-Day landing stripes, a nose pin-up and a paratrooper.
24" x 36" oil on canvas 1st Place Winner, 2017 Texas Regional Veteran's Administration Art Competition. Description: Girl hugs her father's Army ACU uniform jacket. A blue star service member flag in the window indicates he is currently deployed to a war zone.
🔴Panthers at Biazza Ridge
16" x 20" oil on canvas Description: U.S. Army 82nd airborne paratroopers clear German pill box bunkers during Operation Husky while British P-47 Kittyhawks take out Italian bunkers from the sky.
🔴 Army Career Composition
16" x 20" graphite pencil and archival ink pen on 100% cotton paper.
🔴1917 Sopwith Camel drawing
8" x 10" graphite pencil on archival paper.