Brief Biography
Alison Boyle, born in the Lake District of England has been a professional artist
for the past 30 years, using mainly oils and watercolour. She was introduced to
military aviation by her marriage to a US Army Apache pilot. Taking advantage
of the unique opportunity and permission to observe military aircraft closely,
she uses her eye for detail and the critique of the pilots to capture and create
authentic paintings. She is profoundly moved by stories told by her husband
and fellow aviators. Her work can be found in private and public collections
internationally. Of note, two oil paintings honoring fallen pilots are hanging in
the US Army Aviation Museum in Fort Rucker; a painting of Lakota is displayed
in the headquarters of the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Germany;
and various pieces of work can be seen in the British Army Air Corps officers'