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Comment by Dennis Lewis on May 28, 2011 at 8:37pm

Recently created for the U. S. Air Force Art Program. This painting was accepted and hangs in the U.S. Pentagon in Washington D.C. 

Medium: Oil

Painting size: 24” x 30”

 

‘Reign of Fire’

 

A-10 tank-killing “Warthog.” The A-10 carried the company tradition of having been

given an unofficial name being nicknamed “Groundhog” or “Hog” or perhaps more appropriately, “Hawg.” This aircraft could operate in the thick of combat actions.

Designed in such a way as to keep the aircraft aloft even after sustaining combat damage

That would do in most any other airplane. My concept was to convey a sense of drama as the missiles take flight reigning fire from the sky upon the enemy. As you view the plane in the foreground, we see the lighting of its missile catching an under belly glow just before its missile launch.

 

‘Like guardian angels they hurdle bolts of lighting from the heavens, neutralizing the sins

of their enemy.’

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