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Steven Cox

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Steven  Cox Kenmore Sunset

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Steven  Cox Kenmore Sunset
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Steven  Cox Alaska DC-4
Alaska DC-4
Acrylic  
$1,800
Steven  Cox Aviator Ales Model 40B
Aviator Ales Model 40B
Acrylic  
$2,400
Steven  Cox Bardahl Special
Bardahl Special
Acrylic  
$1,200
Steven  Cox Bendix B-25s
Bendix B-25s
Acrylic  
$2,000
Steven  Cox Boeing XF8B-1
Boeing XF8B-1
Acrylic  
$2,400
Steven  Cox Clipper_ Winslow Bound
Clipper, Winslow Bound
Acrylic  
$2,600
Steven  Cox Cobras I _ II
Cobras I & II
Acrylic  
$2,000
Steven  Cox Escort to Berlin
Escort to Berlin
Acrylic  
$1,800
Steven  Cox F-104C Starfighters
F-104C Starfighters
Acrylic  
$3,000
Steven  Cox F-107 First Flight
F-107 First Flight
Acrylic  
$2,000
Steven  Cox Hustler MITO
Hustler MITO
Acrylic  
$2,000
Steven  Cox Last of the Line
Last of the Line
Acrylic  
$1,800
Steven  Cox Little Nuggett
Little Nuggett
Acrylic  
$2,000
Steven  Cox Lucky Gallon
Lucky Gallon
Acrylic  
$1,200
Steven  Cox Mercy Flight
Mercy Flight
Acrylic  
$1,800
Steven  Cox P-47D USAF
P-47D USAF
Acrylic  
$1,200
Steven  Cox Parker 51
Parker 51
Acrylic  
$1,400
Steven  Cox Photo Mission
Photo Mission
Acrylic  
Steven  Cox Reynolds Bombshell
Reynolds Bombshell
Acrylic  
$2,400
Steven  Cox School Days
School Days
Acrylic  
$2,000
Steven  Cox Showoff
Showoff
Acrylic  
$ 600
Steven  Cox Sirius Business
Sirius Business
Acrylic  
$2,400
Steven  Cox Skystreak
Skystreak
Acrylic  
Steven  Cox Stalwart
Stalwart
Acrylic  
$2,000
Steven  Cox Stearman Recall Ship
Stearman Recall Ship
Acrylic  
$3,000
Steven  Cox Top Cover
Top Cover
Acrylic  
$1,800
Steven  Cox Up Close and Personal
Up Close and Personal
Acrylic  
$2,400

Steven  Cox

Steven Cox

Steven Cox Description

About Steve Cox
A lifelong aerospace student, tradesman and lover of all things related to flight, his work reflects the realism, technical detail, joy and imagination of man’s eternal pursuit of leaving the things that keep us grounded.

His body of work includes award-winning and inspiring paintings, illustrations, models and special projects commissioned by private customers, corporations, businesses and non-profit organizations including museums.

Steve’s career includes serving in the USAF as a crew chief on C-141s, and at McDonnell Douglas and The Boeing Company as an assembly mechanic on F-15 Eagle program, 767s and 747s. For the last 28 years of his Boeing career, he served as a developmental, engineering and display model maker, illustrator, exhibit designer and retired as lead model maker for the Rapid Prototyping & Modeling Lab located in Seattle, Washington across from the Museum of Flight.

Published Works
His illustrations of new aircraft and designs for Boeing, Airmaster/Avalon Aircraft, Aviator Ales, and other public and private clients have been published in Aviation Week, Flight International, Interavia, Amphibious Warfare Review, The Society of Experimental Test Pilots, Motor Books International and Air Classics among others. His original paintings hang in the collections of the Museum of Flight, NASA, NASM and The Boeing Company Corporate and divisions headquarters including Boeing Flight Test.

Additionally, Steve’s model work can be seen around the world on the desktops, cabinets and conference tables of corporations and board members, government agencies and their officials. His work in exhibits and displays have been viewed at international trade shows and in museums such as the Smithsonian and Museum of Flight, as well as other collections.

Steve believes that great aviation paintings start with great stories. His imagery includes aviation legends (events and people), historical realism and combinations of both. His ultimate goal is to create interesting and inspiring images that can be enjoyed from the likes of the detailed aviation history buff to the grizzled combat veteran’s grandchild.

Email Steve Cox to learn more about upcoming releases, shows and other information or to request placement on his e-news distribution list.

Also, be sure to visit Steve’s website, http://www.stevecoxart.com, for examples of his work, news and information on upcoming releases and shows, and to purchase original pieces or art or limited-edition signed and numbered prints of his work.

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