|Here at Ozark Airfield Artworks we offer a large selection 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 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.
|All images are copyrighted by the individual artist and may not be
reproduced without their consent.
44” x 30” Original Air-brushed Acrylic Painting
IMAGINE COMPLETING A LONG RANGE MISSION INTO ENEMY TERRITORY and
returning to your home base, which happens to be a 1000 foot nuclear carrier in
the middle of some ocean, during a lightning storm. Now imagine that your FA-
18 is on “bingo” fuel while you are about to land, but unfortunately, you make the
worst approach in your naval career! WHAT DO YOU DO? Do you attempt to
land your $40 million FA-18 anyway? You can’t go around again.
WHAT DO YOU DO?
The artist, Joe Szady, puts you IN THE PILOT’S SEAT, IN THE COCKPIT of the
FA-18. You see what he sees, and your gloved hand is on the control stick as the
reflection of your helmet appears in your rear-view mirror, but you ask yourself, ”
WHAT DO I DO?”
You are in TROUBLE!
• 24” x 18” Open Studio Edition Poster - signed by the artist -
Giclée prints are also offered by the artist. These ultra high-resolution, high-
fidelity reproductions use the highest pigmented inks and print virtually
continuous tone, using a special 44” wide printer. Only archival, acid-free paper
or actual primed artist’s canvas is used. This process allows your print to appear
as close to Joseph’s original painting as technically possible. They are
painstakingly produced one at a time to ensure quality and match the original
colors and tones of the original. Canvas Giclée reproductions appear so close to
the original creation that it is difficult to tell them apart. While properly displayed,
they are guaranteed not to fade for over 80 years.
• 32” x 24” archival paper Giclee
• 44” x 30” artist’s canvas