Carrying the Flame

The painting depicts a Massachusetts Air National Guard F-15 making a low pass of the Statue of Liberty. The aircraft is from the 102nd Fighter Wing, the same unit that was first scrambled to protect the skies over New York City after the World Trade Center attack. The painting is meant to remind us that we as a country, stand for liberty and freedom in the face of tyranny and evil. The members of the United States Armed Forces are the first line of defense and carry that, “Flame of Freedom” around the world every day. This painting was created to honor that commitment.

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Order a print of: Carrying the Flame

Canvas prints only.  Signed and numbered.

Image size: 12″ x 18″

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• 150 Canvas Limited Editions (Unstretched)….$165

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Ground Zero, Eagles on Station 9-11-2001

LtCol. Tim Duffy of the 102nd FW, Massachusetts Air National Guard makes his initial pass over the South tower just moments after it had been hit. Scrambled from Otis Air National Guard Base shortly after the first airliner slammed into the North Tower, the F-15 Eagles arrived just a moment too late to prevent the second tower from being hit. In Rick Herter’s striking work, the lead Eagle flown by Duffy makes a reconnaissance pass over the South Tower just moments after impact.

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Order a print of: Ground Zero, Eagles on Station: 9-11-2001


Prints are signed by the artist and numbered

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  • 1,250 Limited Paper Editions….Image size: 18″ x 31″ – Overall size: 23″ x 35    $145
  • 200 Artist’s Proofs….$225 – SOLD OUT
  • 22″ x 38″ Giclee’ on Canvas (rolled)….$425


Signatures (paper editions only):

  • LtCol Tim DUFFY
  • Major Dan NASH