tom paulk

Tom is a self-taught artist and comes from an artistic family, including one of D.C.'s famous portrait painters - Kitti Von Kann (his aunt)- and has passed this inherited talent down to his own daughters. With a Naval aviation background, he has been drawn to flying machines and the skies as primary subjects, and has a fondness for sea and cloudscapes.  Tom works with Acrylic on canvas, does some metal sculpting, resin, and is proficient with an airbrush.  He is a member of the American Society of Aviation Artists.

Like most other artists, he is on a journey of discovery and expression, and loves to explore color, composition, and technique.

thomaspaulkart@gmail.com

(757) 286-0675

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Bone!

Bone!

One of my pals, with his callsign reflected on the canopy, cruises in an F-4 Phantom.

The Last Starfighters

The Last Starfighters

30x40 Acrylic on Canvas

The Beast Master

The Beast Master

Acrylic 18x24

Acrylic on Canvas

Cappy's Boats

Cappy's Boats

Acrylic on canvas 26x30

Cathedral of Light

Cathedral of Light

30x40

The Chosen Ones

The Chosen Ones

Getting a Tomcat ready for flight in a glorious evening sky.

Head-on Phantom

Head-on Phantom

An in-your-face shot of the Mighty Phantom, roaring down the runway on a low transition.

Eagle's jet

Eagle's jet

Eagle, the CO of VFMP-3, eases his RF-4 into the low holding pattern above the USS Midway, waiting for an open deck.

Acrylic on Canvas 22x28

Switchbox Beach Patrol

Switchbox Beach Patrol

VF-151 Phantoms cruise past a Filipino beach

Rocks around the Block

Rocks around the Block

High speed dash at low level above the Phillipines jungle

Thunderhead at 30 Thousand Feet

Thunderhead at 30 Thousand Feet

Acrylic on Canvas

Acrylic 18x24

Orange Afterglow

Orange Afterglow

Acrylic on Canvas

Monroe

Monroe

Acrylic on board - My attempt to capture a real beauty

Shu-daddy Portrait

Shu-daddy Portrait

CDR Scott Shuman, CO of VF41

Molders squadron emblem

Molders squadron emblem

Acrylic on aluminum

Rooster from JG1

Rooster from JG1

Squadron emblem on aircraft aluminum