Domenic DeNardo

Aviation Art of Domenic DeNardo
Domenic DeNardo biography

As a child during WWII, Domenic was obsessed with drawing war planes that flew from nearby airfields. His interest became fully realized when he earned his pilots license and purchased his first airplane. Although mostly self-taught, he received formal art training at the Rhode Island School of Design and also studied engineering at the University of Rhode Island. As an illustrator, his art has been published in periodicals including Aviation Week & Space Technology, Business & Commercial Aviation, Commuter Air, Time, Wall Street Journal, etc. Domenic now devotes full time to aviation art. His paintings have been selected for exhibition and awards by the EAA, CAE SimuFlite/Flying Magazine Horizons of Flight," New England Air Museum, the Providence Art Club, and the American Society of Aviation Artists.

Assault on Damn Yankee by Domenic DeNardo (B-17 Flying Fortress)
B-2 Spirit by Domenic DeNardo (B-2 Stealth)
Lindbergh's Secret by Domenic DeNardo (P-38)
No Quarry Today by Domenic DeNardo (P-51 Mustang)
Raptor Dominance by Domenic DeNardo (F-22)
Salute to the Jolly Rogers by Domenic DeNardo (F4U)
Steadfast Against All Odds by Domenic DeNardo (P-47 & Me-109)