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Special Galleries

Selected examples of our work arranged into galleries

This is just a small sampling of the talents of the aviation artist members of the Canadian Aerospace Artists Association, past and present.

The CAAA does not sell artwork, nor does it act as an agent for its artist members. Please contact the artists directly. A full listing of our members with samples of their work, contact information and links to their websites may be found on their individual gallery pages in the CAAA Main Gallery.

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 2021 Virtual Art Show: Help From Above - Humanitarian Aviation

In 2021 we were unable to hold our annual in-person conference due to COVID restrictions, so instead CAAA mounted a virtual art show on the theme: Humanitarian Aviation. Titled Help From Above, we have since included additional works by our members that fit the theme.

This gallery is dedicated to Don and Liane Connolly, founding members and important contributors to CAAA through the years.

2021 Virtual Art Show - Help From Above
 The Canadair Sabre

The Canadair CL-13 Sabre was a licensed-built version of the North American F-86 Sabre. The early Mk.2 and Mk.4 versions were nearly identical to their North American Aviation counterparts, while the later Mk.5 and Mk.6 aircraft were equipped with the more powerful Canadian-built Orenda engine.

The CAAA Canadair Sabre Gallery
 The Hawker Hurricane

The Hawker Hurricane is a popular subject for aviation artists. Although overshadowed in the plublic consciousness by its contemporary, the Supermarine Spitfire, the Hurricane inflicted 60% of the casualties in the Battle of Britain. It was produced in great numbers during WWII and appeared in every theatre of that conflict.

CAAA Hawker Hurricane Gallery
 The Supermarine Spitfire

The Supermarine Spitfire endures as one of the most iconic and recognizable aircraft of all time. It's a great favourite of artists to depict thanks to it's beautiful lines and the great variety of markings it has appeared in.

CAAA Spitfire Gallery
 The F-18 Hornet

The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet (CF-188 in Canadian service) is a twin-engine, supersonic, all-weather, carrier-capable, multirole combat jet, designed as both a fighter and attack aircraftThe F/A-18 was derived from Northrop's YF-17 prototype in the late 1970s for use by the United States Navy and Marine Corps. It has also served as a land-based fighter in the Air Forces of several nations.

F-18 Hornet Special Gallery
 Canadian Naval and Maritime Patrol Aviation

The celebration of the first century of the Canadian Navy's history in 2010 was major event of historic significance. In recognition of the important role that aviation has played in Canada's naval history the CAAA made its artistic contribution by illustrating the naval and maritime patrol aviation component of the first 100 years of the Canadian Navy.

Canadian Naval and Maritime Patrol Aviation Special Gallery
 The Centennial of Flight in Canada

In 2009 the CAAA marked Canada's first century of aviation with a travelling display of paintings illustrating notable aircraft and events. The Centennial Collection made its public debut in February 2009 in Baddeck and was displayed in locations all across the country over the next two years.

The Centennial of Flight in Canada Special Gallery
 Members' Show, CAAA Convention 2008

The Unjuried Exhibition at the 2008 CAAA Conference held September 11-14 at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Mount Hope, Ontario.

CAAA 2008 Convention
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