The Spirit of St. Louis: Forgotten Aviation History Brought to Life Through Fine Art

Title: Tri-Views
Media: Multi-media on canvas
Size: 18″ x 12″
Artist: Nova Hall

Step right up and take a journey through time with our incredible exhibition, Flying Over Time: The Spirit of St. Louis. This exhibition is truly one of a kind, bringing together historical narrative, aviation science, and art in a unique and integrative way that you won’t find anywhere else. This is the story of the unsung hero engineer and his team of workers that took an signed contract for 90 day delivery, then delivered it in 60 days.

Nova Hall’s original art is a stunning blend of bright pop-art colors, surrealism, and historical facts that are sure to captivate your imagination. Drawing inspiration from his mentor Leandro Soto, Roshenberg, and Chagall, Nova has seamlessly integrated original material, images, and items clippings into his work to create a truly unique experience that is both educational and visually stunning.

The exhibition is designed to be a traveling performance space, with numerous events and activities taking place throughout the educational exhibit. Whether you’re a child or an adult, you’ll be transported back in time as you explore the Donald A. Hall Sr. Archive and experience history in a way that truly comes to life. In the past, art lessons and third-party events have been hosted in the original space.

Title: Lindy”
Media: Mixed media and photo collage
Size: 24″ x 12″
Artist: Nova Hall

So what are you waiting for? Come and discover the magic of Flying Over Time: The Spirit of St. Louis for yourself. You won’t be disappointed! Check out the newest art in the collection by visiting the link provided and take home a piece of this extraordinary exhibition today.

Exhibition group show @ASU West 2010


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