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A Grateful Nation Remembers
14'6 x 8' oil on oanvas


Wilbur Wright Greets Lady Liberty
10:20am, September 29th 1909. The first over-water flight in American history.
On permanent exhibit at the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum
8'x10' oil on canvas


The Bishop's Boys
Huffman Prairie, Ohio, late afternoon, May 25th 1910
The only time Wilbur and Orville Wright ever flew together.
On permanent display at the Carillon Historical Park in Dayton, Ohio.
8' x 10' oil on canvas


Battle of Flamborough Head
9:45pm, September 23rd 1779. The hottest action in the age of sail, when John Paul Jones uttered is famous defiant quote: "I have not yet begun to fight!"
Permanent collection, University of Virginia.
8' x 10'6" oil on canvas


"I Have Not Yet Begun to Fight!"
9:45pm, September 23rd 1779
The definitive portrait of John Paul Jones during the Battle of Flamborough Head.
Permanent collection, United States Naval Academy.
30" x 40" oil on canvas


"Damn the Torpedoes - Full Speed Ahead!"
The definitive portrait of Admiral David Glasgow Farragut during the Battle of Mobile Bay.
Permanent collection, United States Naval Academy.
30" x 40" oil on canvas


Buchanan's Fateful Decision
8:45AM, August 5th, 1864
Confederate Admiral Franklin Buchanan ordering his flagship the Ironclad ram Tennessee into single combat with the Union fleet now inside Mobile Bay.


Founders Vision: 'A Fair Hope of Success'
An homage to the utopian dreamers who dedicated their lives to creating the ideal community,
founded in 1894 based on Henry George's Single Tax principles.
Permanent collection, Fairhope Museum of History.
7' x 12' oil on canvas


Battle of Fallen Timbers
August 20th 1794
General "Mad" Anthony Wayne defeated a combined federation of the Miami and Shawnee tribes.
Permanent exhibition at Fort Meigs Museum, Perrysburgh, Ohio.
5' x 12' oil on canvas


Battle of Lake Erie
2:35pm, September 10th, 1813
The moment Commodore Oliver "Hazard" Perry left his shattered flagship Lawrence to continue the battle.
Permanent exhibit Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial National Park Service Visitors Center, South Bass Island, Ohio.
7' x 12' oil on canvas


"If There is Victory to be Gained, I'll Gain It!"
The definitive portrait of Oliver Perry leaving the Lawrence during the Battle of Lake Erie.
Permanent exhibit Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial National Park Service Visitors Center, South Bass Island, Ohio.
30" x 40" oil on masonite


Niagara Breaking the Line
3pm, September 10th 1813
After shifting his flag to the Niagara, Perry changes course
and blasts through the British line to win the battle.
Oil, 7' x 12'


"Close Action!"
11:35am, September 11th 1814
The portrait of Master Commandant Thomas MacDonough at Plattsburgh Bay.
Permanent collection, Battle of Plattsburgh Association, Plattsburgh, New York
30" x 40" oil on masonite


Battle of Mobile Bay
7:45am, August 5th 1864
The turning point of the battle when Admiral Farragut's courage led the Union to victory.
Permanent collection, Mobile Museum of Fine Arts
7'6"x 16' oil on canvas


USCG Cutter Bibb's Bermuda Sky Queen Rescue
October 14th, 1947
Permanent collection, United States Coast Guard Museum.
9' 6" x 9' oil on canvas


Semmes' Defiance
2:20PM June 19th, 1864
The sinking of the CSS Alabama off Cherbourg, France
30" x 40" oil on canvas