Tag Archives: Museum of Flight
No, it’s not Yavin. This is from the Museum of Flight Store’s Instagram post about some of the moon related products. I’ve done the Inktober prompt for today – Moon.
This afternoon was another “Draw Along” session over Zoom for Museum of Flight Connections program. I chose my photo of a 737 from it’s 50th Birthday Party at the Museum on 4/9/2017.
Since February I’ve been leading “Draw Along” sessions over Zoom for the Museum of Flight’s Connections program for students. Today was our first in-person session! We met outside in the Aviation Pavilion. Since most of the students are under 12 … Continue reading
From precision military flying to a now legal drug. One wouldn’t want to be high on weed when flying high, doing aerobatics! I’d read on the curator’s Instagram account that this aircraft was being prepared for shipping. It’s a Fiat … Continue reading
I returned to Museum of Flight to give them the original of the sketch I did yesterday. I had time so I stayed to sketch more. I wanted to do one closer in and found an optimal spot from which … Continue reading
We both missed last year, so this is the 16th year that Renny Doyle of Detailing Success has brought a crew of professional detailers to clean and polish the Museum of Flight’s aircraft, particularly Air Force One. It’s a smaller … Continue reading
Yesterday on my way home from the sketch outing, I stopped by the Museum of Flight to check on the progress of the painting of the Concorde. They crew recognized me and the company owner came over to talk to … Continue reading
I’m following the steps to return to in person volunteering at the Museum of Flight. This morning I met in the lobby with one of the volunteer managers to show proof of COVID vaccination. Next step is a special training … Continue reading
Once again this month I offered an on-line “Draw Along” program for the Museum of Flight’s Connections program. This afternoon we drew the Chinook. It’s now housed in the Museum’s Aviation Pavilion but I took this photo when it was … Continue reading