Raymond Paul Moats, paints Aviation, it’s history, technology, man and machine. His art is a realist impressionist style that draws upon intimate technical imagination, color, energy and the dynamics of flight.
He relishes the challenge in illustrating the abstract concept. This adept quality is used to create visual realities in his favorite art medium, oils, as exhibited by his publication illustrations and special presentation art which have been reported on in the aviation press..
Always the objectivist, his passion for the Great Spiritual Truths so eloquently drafted into America's Declaration of Independence and the 1789 Constitution are demonstrated by his art, writing and presentations. Industry, military and national leaders have been presented with his creations.
He is a published artist, in the print media: book, magazine covers, articles, trade journals, house organs and advertising and film. His creative flair and art directing ability have been recognized by awards and notice in the press, local and national aviation journals.
A Pennsylvanian, he makes his home in Lansdale, situated in the historical Delaware Valley area, between New York City and Philadelphia.
The artist is a participant in the Air Force Art Program. He has had works in memorials and museums, in Germany and the states. He was a contributing artist for the McGuire Foundation and Air Mobility Command at McGuire Air Force Base, N.J.and is an active member of the Experimental Aircraft Association, AOPA and the Mitchell School. ________________________________________________________
“ What I work to create is a reality by poetic visualizations of time, experience and adventure“. . Raymond Paul Moats ________________________________________________________
For the collector of art prints and memorabilia, Raymonds, award winning Limited Editions and art reproductions, "Giclee's" (zeclays) are produced by the artist in his studio. Archive inks, museum grade papers and canvas are used in all reproductions.
Each reproduction is hand selected, signed and numbered. Editions can number from 50 to 200 prints at each issue. Some may be remarqued.
When an issue is fully subscribed, no more prints are produced, that issue is closed, thereby guaranteeing the collectors portfolio exclusivity. Some prints may be limited by both numbers and subscription time. Art posters and art proofs are also produced, hand selected and Signed by the artist.