Andrew's specialist field is aviation. Having studied aircraft, flying and military history for years he has built up a wealth of knowledge on the subject and this can be seen very clearly in his series of aviation art works.
Hurricane I, JX-L, P2751 of No 1 Squadron flown by Squadron Leader David A Pemberton DFC, 1940. This aircraft crashed on the 3rd November 1940 near RAF Wittering killing Sqn Ldr Pemberton, he was 28.
Above left: An RAF Se5a passes the burning Fockker DR1 in a final salute over the trenches. Above right: An RAF pilot stands, cricket bat in hand at readiness infront of his Spitfire 1944.
(Above): A Bristol Beaufighter taxies out to the runway in North Africa 1943.
(Above): The recently completed 'Flying Lady' ORIGINAL is now for sale. The piece is
48.5 X 36.4cm's, A3 and A4 prints on high quality paper are also available.
(Below): Completed in early August 'David and Goliath' depicts a Soviet I-16 taking an opportune shot at a manoeuvring ME109 over the misty morning fog of the Eastern Front.
Measuring 48.5 X 35.5cm's this is one of a series of two dogfighting scenes now also FOR SALE.