John Glenn First American to Orbit the Earth - Ohio's First Series, #3
Add this painting to your room to inspire your loved ones and guests to reach for their goals no matter their age. "John Glenn First American to Orbit the Earth" portrays John Glenn being the First American to orbit the Earth and the oldest person to go to space, at that time.It is one of 3 vignettes that highlight the beginning of flight in the series "Ohio's Firsts."
The Wright Brothers, John Glenn, and Neil Armstrong are portrayed doing their First in Flights with the Ohio Flag as a background in "Ohio's First Sons of Flight, an awarding-winning watercolor, mixed media painting on rice paper. "Ohio's First Sons of Flight" is a painting all about children that had a dream, then became adults that worked hard and fulfilled them.
These American pioneers have advanced the future of flight and have forever changed our world.
“Ohio’s First Series” is “Ohio’s First Sons of Flight,” and the 3 vignettes from it: are “The Wright Brothers First in Flight,” “John Glenn First American to Orbit the Earth,” and “First Man to Walk on the Moon.”
This painting has won multiple awards:
Sinclair College, Flights of Fancy Art Show, Honorable Mention
The View from 100 Icarus International Art Show, Kitty Hawk NC, “Excellence in Watercolor Award”
St. Marys Community Public Library Artfest “Ohio Theme Award”
First Place Miscellaneous, Spring Fling Fine Arts Show
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