Local aviation artist and Museum member, Paul Tuttle, has been kind enough to paint some commissioned work for The Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum. He has also allowed us to display some of his work here, on-line.
Paul Tuttle is a native Nova Scotian, residing in Lantz, who began drawing at an early age and began painting seriously in the early 1980′s. Paul has been involved with aviation for many years and is currently employed as an aircraft rescue firefighter by the Halifax International Airport Authority. Paul also builds and flies his own ultralight aircraft. He has painted a variety of subject matter over the years but has concentrated mainly on wildlife and aviation subjects.
Paul won Second Prize and Best of Show Artists Award winner at the 1997 Artflight competition held by the National Aviation Museum in Ottawa, and has had his work displayed at various shows. Paul would like to express his gratitude to the Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum members for their support, expertise and friendship over the years.
Silver Dart 14″ x 30″ 1998
On the Ice of the Bras d’or