|Here at Ozark Airfield Artworks we offer a large selection aviation art prints. These
prints mainly depict modern and historic aviation along with military, civil and space
flight. We also deal with naval subjects and military armor and infantry works. These
prints are from all the top national and international aviation artists along with some
local artists. Many of our prints are signed by the artist and by famous pilots and
veterans. If you are looking for a specific plane, pilot, artist or subject please contact us.
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not be reproduced without their consent.
Ozark Airfield Artworks
See our great selection of
artists like Sam Lyons,
John D Shaw, Robert
Bailey, & Thomas Smith!
About the Artist Joe Kline:
Joe Kline was born in Washington, DC in 1949. He traces
his interest in aviation to his father, who was a B-25
bombardier in the European theater of operations during
World War II. Knowledge of his subject matter came from
reading and model building at an early age, He garnered
valuable first-hand knowledge while serving as a
helicopter crew chief with the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne
Division in Vietnam in 1970-71.
Although he has painted a wide variety of aviation
subjects, his primary interest is in military aviation,
especially for the World War II and Vietnam eras. He has
works on display at the U.S. Air Force Museum and the
U.S. Army Aviation Museum. Recipients of his work
include many former military aviators, including General
James H. Doolittle and President George Bush.
Joe is a life member of Vietnam Helicopter Crew
Members Association, 101st Airborne Division
Association and he is the founder of the Kingsmen
Reunion Association. He is an engineer by profession
and lives in Gilroy, California with his wife and three
"The Honor of Your Company"
|Edition Size: 500
Size: 20” X 28”
“The Honor of Your Company” Presidential
generations come together as the Texas Air
Guard F-102 Delta Dagger flown by Lt. George
W. Bush and the U.S. Navy TBM Avenger flown
by Lt.(j.g.) George H.W. Bush in World War II fly
symbolically over Mount Rushmore.