Cold War Interceptor
An original acrylic painting of a No. 111 Squadron Lightning in a hangar at night. Painted on panel - to get sharp edges and using model makers acrylics - which have a higher pigment density than normal artist paints. The finished painting has been given a matt varnish finish and is not glazed.
The inspiration was down to memories of being in Germany in the mid 1970's living in Gutersloh where the RAF 19 & 92 Squadrons were based, I could hear them take off. One of my occasional and rare aircraft paintings. The painting was exhibited at the 82nd Annual Armed Forces Art Society annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London 11-16 July 2106 and was awarded the RAF Museum Prize.
W 45.72 cm x H 30.48 cm
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About the Artist
My art education started as a part of my resettlement to civilian life after 22 years in the Army back in 2003 where I studied portraiture and life/portrait sculpture. I have a very wide and diverse portfolio of work in both 2 and 3 dimensions. To broaden my portfolio in 2006 I started automo...