The Art of Sherry Boggs
Ms. Boggs appearing in an M151 historical military vehicle in her Air Force Auxiliary flight suit before heading to another airshow in 2012.
As featured on the front page of the Massillon Indepen
Sherry Boggs has worked both part and full time as an aviation artist since 1992, with a distinctive pencil technique and a deep affection for aviation. It is her goal in every portrait of person or plane, to capture the spirit and imagination of aviators from Kitty Hawk to Top Gun. While thousands of Americans enjoy the thrill and excitement of airshows as spectators, she has had a privileged behind-the-scenes viewpoint. She has been fortunate to appear as a featured artist and special guest of numerous organizations including the Confederate Air Force and the Experimental Aircraft Association. Her portraits and illustrations have been presented throughout Canada, England, and Italy as well. Ms. Boggs is a veteran captain, Aerospace Education Officer and navigator of the United States Air Force Auxiliary - the Civil Air Patrol. She even received an award from Charles E. 'Chuck' Yeager for her Aerospace Education classes presented to her fellow veterans during her service throughout the early 1990's.
A historic Goodyear airplane at the Military Aviation Preservation Society (MAPS), located next to the Akron Canton Airport, where Sherry Boggs painted the Goodyear name on this plane's side panel.