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Sam Lyons Aviation Artwork

Flying is an art form. On every flight, a pilot expresses an inner part of himself or herself in three dimensions. When flying, one is surrounded by art. The wisp of a cloud passing over a wing creates subtle, unique patterns that are unmatched by anything else in life. Few things can match the majestic beauty of a sunrise or sunset when viewed from the sky. Everything in life takes on a new look when viewed from beyond the bounds of earth.

With Sam Lyons artwork, it's possible to bring the natural beauty and majesty of flight directly into one's home. Sam Lyons aviation art can be found across the world in places like Canada, Europe and the United States.

Sam Lyons art features a wide variety of aviation themes including retro aircraft, bi-planes, in-flight scenes and much more. Add a unique and colorful look to your home or office with artwork that leaves a lasting and meaningful impression.

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16" x 21" full-color rendering of a Maule airplane departing from a general aviation (GA) ramp. More Info »

Phenomenal 18½" x 15½" full-color image of a pair of F4U Corsairs pursuing a Japanese Zero. More Info »

17½" x 26" full-color illustration of a Piper Cub just prior to touchdown at California's Van Nuys Airport (KVNY). More Info »

17" x 26" full-color illustration of an Air Force pilot hopeful admiring a performance by the USAF Thunderbirds. More Info »

16" x 21½" full-color illustration showcasing a bright yellow Piper J-3 Cub getting an oil change. More Info »

15½" x 22" full-color illustration of a silver Cessna 170 parked in a stunning wilderness setting. More Info »

16¾" x 22¼" full-color illustration of Bob Hoover's Sabreliner jet performing a post-takeoff rollover. More Info »

16" x 20" full-color illustration of a head-on view of a hangared Piper J-3 Cub. More Info »

15½" x 19½" full-color illustration of a red & white Pitts biplane performing aerobatics over a rural general aviation (GA) airport. More Info »

16" x 22" full-color artwork of an Aeronca Champ and a '65 Corvette. More Info »

16" x 20" full-color illustration of a Piper J-3 Cub tied down on a misty morning. More Info »

16" x 22" full-color illustration of a Legend Cub departing Woodstock, Georgia's 2200-ft grass runway. More Info »

16" x 19½" full-color drawing of a Sopwith Pup biplane airborne at daybreak. More Info »

16" x 22½" full-color illustration of a Cessna 185 seaplane moored on a foggy lake. More Info »

22½" x 17" full-color illustration of a Piper Cub following a '51 Chevy pickup in the direction of a farm's grass airstrip. More Info »

15" x 22½" full-color illustration of the view from inside an air traffic control tower. More Info »

16½" x 21" full-color rendering of the last F4-E Phantom II in use by the USAF. More Info »

17" x 26" full-color illustration of a clipped-wing Piper J-3 Cub airborne near the William T Piper Memorial Airport (KLHV) in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. More Info »

15" x 22½" full-color illustration of famed airshow performer Debbie Gary's SIAI Marchetti performing at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2007. More Info »

17" x 25" full-color illustration of a US Army Bell UH-1 Iroquois (aka "Huey") helicopter as seen from a formation aircraft. More Info »

15" x 30" full-color illustration of a 1946 J-3 Piper Cub alongside a John Deere tractor. More Info »

21½" x 16" full-color illustration of a silver & green Globe Swift flying low above Lee Bottom Flying Field. More Info »

18" x 24" full-color illustration of an F4U-1 Corsair of VF-17, the legendary "Jolly Rogers." More Info »

16" x 22" full-color illustration of a 1929 TravelAir 3000 and a 1935 Studebaker Commander. More Info »

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