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Ken Mallett

Ken Mallett

Ken Mallett is a retired forest scientist who makes his home in Edmonton, Alberta. He has been creating art all of his life and attended the Banff School of Fine Arts' Visual Arts program in his youth. Nowadays he has more time to devote to his passion of drawing in graphite and charcoal, and painting with acrylics, oils and pastels.

Ken has been interested in aviation since his boyhood. He began to draw and paint aircraft when his son served in the Royal Canadian Airforce.

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AG Parker - by Ken Mallett



A.G. Parker
by Ken Mallett

A portrait of A.G. Parker, a pioneering Canadian Aeronautical Engineer, and the Noorduyn Norseman aircraft that he designed.


12 x 16 inches, graphite on paper, 2023

Alphajet - by Ken Mallett



Alpha Jet
by Ken Mallett

A graphite drawing of the Dassault/Dornier Alpha Jet.


$45 - unframed

11 x 14 inches, graphite

Sabre Rattling the Rockies - by Ken Mallett



Sabre Rattling the Rockies
by Ken Mallett

The Canadair Sabre 5 flown by the "Golden Hawks", the Royal Canadian Air Force's aerobatic flying team. The Canadair Sabre 5 was a variant of the North American Sabre F-86.


11 x 14 inches, Oil on Hardboard

Voodoo Rising - by Ken Mallett



Voodoo Rising
by Ken Mallett

A graphite/charcoal drawing of the McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force and Armed Forces of Canada between 1961 - 1984.


$45 - unframed

15 x 9 inches, graphite/charcoal

Attacking the Flank - by Ken Mallett



Attacking the Flank
by Ken Mallett

Canadair CL415 super scooper in action.


16 x 20 inches, oil on panel

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