TUSKEGEE AIRMEN: American Royalty
"Heroes over the skies of Europe and North Africa, yet rendered invisible
once on home soil."
EOS Painting: 24" x 24"
Mixed Media on canvas with 22k gold & silver leaf


Retired Police Captain Bill Thomas,  Air Force General Joseph McNeil, Combat fighter Pilot William Wheeler

Tony Award-winning legend Brian Stokes Mitchell
gave a concert in tribute to the Airmen


Tuskegee Airmen Honored

Airman Wilfred R. DeFoor Sr. signing "Red Tail"

EOS Painting: 60" x 48"
museum-wrap mixed media with 22k gold, silver & copper leaf.


Tuskegee Airman Bill Samber


A roaring standing ovation greeted the historic gathering of Tuskegee Airmen when introduced by CNN'S Soledad O'Brien at York College in Jamaica, Queens. Tony award-winner Brian Stokes Mitchell thrilled the audience with his musical versatility in tribute to the first African-American squadron who saved countless lives escorting bombers in their signature Red Tail aircraft over Europe and Africa in WWII. At the private reception following the concert, Airmen signed "Red Tail," the expressionist painting by Artist of Energy Mimi Stuart. Broadway's Mitchell is seen signing above the portrait of his father, Tuskegee Airman George Mitchell. 

Interview with CNN Soledad O'Brien


Rev. White, Eagle Flight Squadron soloist Baghera,
Former Smithsonian NASM Director Walter Boyne, Greg Benson

Brian Stokes Mitchell signs "Red Tail" above the portrait of his father, Tuskegee Airman George Mitchell, in his honor.