This Special Edition print of "Ohio's First Sons of Flight" is printed with an extra deep white border and has the title, the series number, and the artist name printed on the border. This makes for an extra special finished product in canvas, metal, or framed and matted for your home or office.
Anyone from 9 to 99 with an interest in space history or its future would love this inspirational piece. The Wright Brothers, John Glenn, and Neil Armstrong are depicted doing their First in Flights with the Ohio Flag as a background in "Ohio's First Son's of Flight, an awarding-winning watercolor, mixed media painting on rice paper.
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