2016-07-No02 - Boeing 307 in Flight with Mt Baker in Background.
2015-06-No04 - Flying Wing Over Arlington - acrylic - $35. This is the flying wing in its YB-35 configuration, with propellers. Later, it was rebuilt with jet engines. To the best of my knowledge, it never operated in Washington State.
2015-06-No03 - Boeing 377 & Mt. Pilchuck - 16" x 20" - acrylic on canvas - $75.
2014-07-No02 - Stuka. The Stuka was a dive bomber, and a terror weapon. It was fitted with a siren to let those being bombed know what was coming. I no longer have the original, so it's available only as a print.
2014-07-No01 - Antonov An-225. Aside from the Spruce Goose, this plane is the largest that has been constructed. There is only one. It was designed to be a military transport. It has been used primarily to transport material for missions of mercy.
2014-06-No04 - LZ38 - 16" x 20" - acrylic on canvas - $75.
2014-06-No03 - Northrup YB-49 Takes Off from Arlington Airport - available only as a print. This is the flying wing as a jet aircraft.
2014-06-No02 - Heinkel He-111 Bomber. This was an important weapon of the Luftwaffe during the early part of World War II. 6,508 were manufactured.
2014-06-No01 - Messerschmitt Me-262 in Red Baron Colors - This was the 1st jet fighter airplane to actually fly in combat, during World War II. It was not painted in Red Baron colors. The Red Baron was a World War I flying ace.