Welcome!

Welcome to delta-vee productions, a website featuring aviation and space artwork that I have created over the years.  The categories are:

Aviation

Space

Science Fiction

There will be more art work created and added in the months ahead.  I invite you to check this site every few weeks to view the new art and provide your thoughts about them or other aviation and space  art work you may like to see made.

Thank you for your interest!

Michael A. d’Albertis

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Michael A. d’Albertis Panama City Beach, Florida Retired United States Air Force/Air Force Reserve Lieutenant Colonel with a missile operations background and Master’s Degree in Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University specializing in aviation and space operations. Served as an aerospace educator for Civil Air Patrol cadet programs and public school systems. Possess a Federal Aviation Administration Private Pilot, Single Engine, Land flight certificate. Have a deep regard and love for aviation, astronomy, and space exploration. Began drawing space, aviation, and science fiction themed artwork using pencil, color pencil, watercolor, and ink while in high school and college, and during Air Force career. Primary media are watercolor, ink stippling, and pointillism. Received U.S. Air Force recognition for artwork depicting the Minuteman III strategic and Gryphon tactical missile systems. Drew and produced UHF Follow-On and MILSTAR satellite launch commemorative prints for Schriever Air Force Base, Space Command as well as spacecraft and launch vehicle subjects sold through U.S. Space Foundation Symposiums and Space Discovery Store in Colorado Springs. Placed first in the 1994 United States Air Force Academy art show for aviation and space art entries. Developed, produced, and taught courses in aviation and space sciences. Developed and presented summer school course “Space through the Eyes of the Artist” with the assistance of artists Kim Poor and Robert McCall. Produced watercolor and pointillism space and planetary scenes submitted to NASA’s “We, the Explorers” public outreach program to be digitally loaded on board the Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) mission to the asteroid Bennu. VISION: Provide exciting, thought-provoking examples of aviation, astronomical, and space art for youth, students, and general public in order to promote and advance aviation, astronomy, and space exploration.

2 thoughts on “Welcome!”

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  2. What a wonderful site with exquisite art. Your love of aeronautical science and painstaking detail are a credit to your talent.

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