C.O. VA-304 in A-6 INTRUDER Watercolor Painting,
This is the Commanding Officer of VA-304 in an A-6 Intruder.
There is an A-6 trailing away and an A-6 reflected in his visor.
When I was on active duty in the Navy I was a Parachute Rigger
and I worked on everything you see the pilot wearing.
A6 on POINT MUGU FLIGHTLINE Watercolor Painting,
Two A-6 Intruders going through preflight
checks on the NAS Point Mugu flightline in Southern California.
A-3's OVER THE BAY BRIDGE Oil Painting 11"x14" $400.
From Alameda Naval Air Station you can see San Francisco
on the left. The Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate bridge can be seen.
VA-304 LOGO with LIGHTNING Watercolor Painting,
The 304 firebird logo had the firebird
cluthcing a scull. I added a helmet and an A-6 Intruder to
the squadron logo. I also put in the lightning strike.
CORSAIR on WOODEN DECKS Oil Painting 11"x14" $375.
A Corsair on approach to the wooden deck of an aircraft
F-14 JOLLY ROGER Oil
Painting, 18"x24" $475
An F-14 passing a thunderhead with
a Jolly Roger emblem on the tail.
F-14's in DOG FIGHT Oil Painting, 18"x24" $475.
Two F-14 Tomcats dogfithing in the late afternoon. My first
squadron in the Navy was Top Gun where they taught good pilots to be better
A-7 CORSAIRS OVER the GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
Watercolor Painting 18"x24" $375.
Corsairs Over The
Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Prison in the middle ground.
F-14's an A-7 and an E-2 aircraft on the deck of the USS
Ranger. In this painting I was trying to capture the intensity of a
bright flight deck by using a minimal palette of black, silver and gold
CAG-30 FLYOVER Watercolor Painting 18"x24" $375.
I was part of Carrier Air Group Thirty (CAG-30) when
I was in VA-304 and VA-305. We were on the Air Craft Carrier Ranger (CV-61)
when the CAG did a flyover. The "November Delta" emblem in the center is the CAG-30
logo which was painted on the tails of each CAG-30 aircraft.
CORSAIRS OVER CANADA Watercolor Painting, 11"x14"
Two 304 Firebirds flying over farmlands of Canada.
This painting represents the transition from color paint schemes on the
aircraft to grey. The grey paint was designed to make radar signals
harder to detect.
A-6 and F-18 at POINT MUGU Watercolor Painting, 12"x16" $275.
Airmen and troubleshooters on the flightline preparing to launch two
Intruder Aircraft with an F-18 Hornet taxiing away for takeoff.