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(24" x 48")      
(Acrylic on board)  
    

  
"Honda"

This poster is a tribute to Honda's racing heritage showing Vasser's IndyCar and the GP car of 1967!
(Collection of the artist)
  


"The Great War"

An attack on an Albatross III during the first World War This painting hangs in the Great War Flying Museum in Brantford Ontario!
 

     
  
     (18"x24")
     (Acrylic on board)

  

   
(Acrylic on canvas)     


"Getting The Message"

A Lysander of 400(AC) squadron RCAF undergoing training in southern England early in the second World War. This painting was accepted into the juried show "ArtFlight" at the National Aviation Museum, Ottawa in 1999.
  (Collection of the artist)


   
"Hornell's U-Boat"

While flying with the Royal Air Force late in the second world war, Canadian David Hornell sank this U-Boat. In spite of severe damage to his aircraft he pressed home his attach and was forced to ditch in the Atlantic. Although the crew were picked up, David Hornell died before reaching port. For this action he received the award of the Victoria Cross, Britain's highest medal for bravery.
   (Collection of the artist)

  
   (24" x 36")
    Acrylic on board

 
     
(18' x 24")     
(Acrylic on board)    
  

  
"Barker's Balloon"

William Barker V.C., a Canadian flying with the British Royal Flying Corps, downs a German observation balloon after shooting down two Albatross fighters. This action took place over Northern Italy during the First World War.
   (Collection of the artist)
  


  
" Wooden Wonder"

The remarkable DeHavilland Mosquito of the Second World War constructed mainly of wood was an extremely versatile and successful design. It was used in many roles, from photo reconnaissance to anti shipping strikes, pathfinder for the heavy bombers to precision bombing strikes.
   (Collection of the artist)

   
     (16" x 20")
     (Acrylic on board)

    
(12" x 15")     
(Acrylic on board)      

 
"British Commonwealth
Air Training Plan"

An Avro Anson MK1 on a training flight over a pastoral Canadian landscape. Thousands of Allied airmen were trained in Canada during the Second World War under this ambitious and successful plan.
(In a private collection in England)


  
"Cold War Patrol"

A Royal Air Force Gloster Meteor based at Horsham St. Faith, and East Anglian base near Norwich, airborne on practise intercepts in 1953.
   (Collection of the artist)

   
    (18" x 24")
    (Acrylic on paper)

    
(Acrylic on board)     

" The Shepherd."

HMCS Sackville on convoy escort duty in the North Atlantic during the Second World War.
    
(Collection of the artist.)


"Moonlight Mission"

The Westland Lysander, a failure at first, found a nice niche in clandestine operations, flying secret agents in and out of occupied France during the Second World War. It had excellent short take off and landing characteristics and could handle rough fields with ease. It was also relatively quiet in flight
   (Collection of the artist).

  
    (12"x16")
    (Acrylic on canvas)

     
(12"x16")      
(Acrylic on board)         

"Hunting the Hunter"

The German Pocket Battleship the Graf Spee a notorious commerce raider in the South Atlantic early in the Second World War is hunted down by smaller British ships. She was scuttled by her captain after putting into Montevideo for repairs. 
     (Now in a private collection in Kingston)


"Hooded Merganser"

A small rather cute duck caught in a calm moment.

    
     (11'x14")
     (Prismacolour and graphite on paper)

     
(11"x14")      
(Prismacolour and graphite on paper)        

"Fisher King"

The stately Heron stalking his prey.
  (Collection of the artist)


  

  

 

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