Art Prints featuring the men and women of the US Army
"Never Forgotten" by SFC Timothy Chiasson
Based on the original oil on canvas by (the newly promoted!) SFC Timothy Chiasson, "Never Forgotten" is dedicated to those US Army MPs who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Though no longer a part of their units nor families, these courageous men and women will live on through the memories of their comrades and loved ones, and will truly be "never forgotten." This print is available as a 16" x 20" giclee print on heavy weight, archival, acid-free stock, and will soon be offered in a fine art giclee canvas edtion also. We are pleased to offer a 20% discount off the published price of this print to all current and former members of our Armed Services.
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"The Praying Soldier" by Murphy A. Elliott
Kneeling in prayer after the day's battle, the weary soldier asks for strength and guidance. This pencil drawing by Murphy Elliott has been an inspiration to many, as evidenced by the 2009 poem "Strength and Honor" by Jacqui Essex -
"Without a sound the soldier slowly
knelt and bowed his head
We are pleased to offer this dramatic work in 2 popular sizes. Prints are produced with high quality giclee equipment, on heavy weight, acid-free, archival matte stock.
"Far From Home" by SSG Timothy Chiasson
This drawing was done to honor all those Officers and Enlisted who have served in either or both OIF and OEF. Their dedication to the task at hand, and their support of ending the conflicts in other nations has helped to move the worldwide struggle against terrorism forward. The images in the background represent the countries involved in these conflicts, and the U.S., which is the leading force in the world against international terrorism.
"Far From Home", based on SSG Chiasson's original pencil drawing, is being offered as a limited edition print, SSG Chiasson's first. Only 250 of these 14" x 21" (image area) prints will be produced using our high quality giclee equipment on heavy-weight, acid-free, archival stock. Each print is inspected, signed and numbered by the artist.
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"Vanguards of Justice" by SSG Timothy Chiasson
"Awaiting Orders" by SSG Timothy Chiasson
"Lean on me, Brothers" by SSG Timothy Chiasson
The subtitle of this offering from SSG Timothy Chiasson is "As we remember those who made it home." In SSG Chiasson's own words, "This picture was drawn in honor of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. The three soldiers in the drawing were based on a picture taken during the 2009 War Fighter Competition at Fort Leonard Wood by Amanda Stillwell for the Military Police. The Memorial Grove was added as this is where all Military Police visit during their training. Right before they greduate, they walk under the Bronzed Crossed Pistols and are inducted into the Military Police Corps.
The soldiers' weapons are stacked to the side, as the Memorial Grove is a place to remember and reflect. It was also said by a past Regimental Command Sergeant Major that, 'When a soldier falls, we will remember them always. Their names will be placed on bricks for all to see. This will welcome them home as they will never be forgotten.'
I would personally like to thank the USAMPS Command Group for allowing this picture to be made, and for everything the Military Police Regimental Association does for soldiers!"
This print is available as an open edition, high quality giclee print on a heavy weight, acid-free, archival paper stock. Our unique printing technique accurately captures the essence of SSG Chiasson's pencil sketch. The image area of the print is 19" X 20".
SSG Chiasson has very generously donated his original sketch to the Military Police Regimental Association, headquartered at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. The MPRA is conducting a raffle for the sketch, with proceeds to be used for its Scholarship Fund. To participate in the raffle, click HERE.
"Bless Our NCO's" by SSG Timothy Chiasson
"Bless Our NCO's" is a drawing dedicated to the women
in the military. The angel in the background is not meant to represent
any specific religion, but rather to show that a "guardian angel" is watching
over our leaders as they train and develop the skills of our younger soldiers.
SSG Chiasson describes his work as "a drawing dedicated to our female squad
leaders who train, mold, and lead the younger soldiers during training, and in
combat. 'Bless Our NCO's' is for all MOS's in the Army, as women
become more skilled, and show they have a place within our ranks." This
detailed print helps to fill the gap of artwork featuring the role of women in
our military. We are planning others to follow soon! Click on the
thumbnail image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to
return here and order. We have developed a unique printing technique that
results in a print that captures the fine detail of SSG Chiasson's work and
closely simulates his original sketch and paper selection. We're sure you
will enjoy it! The image area of "Bless Our NCO's" is 15 1/4" X
17", and it is printed on a 17" X 19" sheet.
"Team Work" by SSG Timothy Chiasson
This print is based on the original drawing by SSG Chiasson of a three-man team from a squad of the 511th MP Company. The team was conducting overwatch of the 2006 Iraqi elections at the castle of Tal' Afar City, and was responsible for the security of over 1000 Iraqi citizens as they voted. This team included a radio operator and spotter. Team members were armed with an M203 Grenade Launcher, M-4s and 9 MMs. Squads were generally used for this mission, but teams worked on their own as leaders conducted meetings. The print is produced on a heavy-weight, acid-free archival paper for many years of enjoyment. The prints are available in 2 sizes, and can be purchased framed or unframed. For a larger image, click on the thumbnail, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.
The Airborne Ops Series by Jim Stovall
Artist Jim Stovall obviously has a soft spot in his heart for the US Army's Airborne Paratroopers. Jim's hallmark is detailed sketch work, and this time he's outdone himself. Here he has depicted every conceivable fixed-wing airborne platform conducting operations. Some aircraft star in several sketches. Click on any of the thumbnail images for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here. Note the titles as you look at each, and be sure to select the appropriate print from the pull-down menu when ordering. All prints in the Airborne Ops Series are signed and numbered limited edition prints, so ORDER TODAY!!!
C-130 Airborne With Paratroopers (Flying Tigers)
C-17 Airborne with Paratroopers
Airborne With Paratroopers
The Jumpmaster Series by Jim Stovall
Jim Stovall has created dozens of detailed sketches of ships and aircraft, but he must have a soft spot in his heart for the US Army's Airborne Paratroopers. On the left is Jumpmaster Pre-Inspection 1, and on the right is Jumpmaster Pre-Inspection 2. Click on either thumbnail image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here. (The word "SAMPLE" does not appear on the actual prints, and is for copyright purposes only.) Each of these prints measures 18" x 24", and both are signed by the artist. JMPI 1 is an open edition, and JMPI 2 is a signed and numbered limited edition.
Be sure to scroll further down this page and see Jim's sketches of static line jumps from every conceivable aircraft!
God's Own Lunatics
"God's own lunatics," is the phrase coined by noted reporter and co-author of "We Were Soldiers Once, and Young" Joe Galloway. (The book later became a hit movie starring Mel Gibson.) Joe bestowed this title as a token of respect and admiration for helicopter crews in Vietnam, and their willingness to go anywhere, anytime, in support of ground forces. Galloway witnessed this first-hand during the Battle of Ia Drang in 1965.
In this print, artist Joe Kline has captured the teamwork, commitment, and devotion to duty required to complete the mission of extracting a Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol under heavy enemy fire.
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