material: air brush

#10 Cindy Chavez - Star People

#39 Sean Wells -

The Red Barron vs. Capt Rickenbacker

material: hand made and hand stamped ceramic tiles with studs/headpins that are all oxidized sterling 

#5 Vanessa Jackson -

Bright

#43  Terry Brown - 

​Plains Tipis meet Adobe Pueblo

#37  Rebecca Dumas - Heads in the Clouds

#3  Amado Pena - The Herd

#17  John Hines -

​Neighborly

#25 Kristy Wiley -

Dream Big

#47  Daila Sells - Fly by Dai

# 48  Lexi Palmer - 

Complimentary

#49  Anonymous -

Tiny Dancer in the Sky

#26 Mark Jannakos, Maj, USAF Retired -

​Gee Bee's


#32  Melissa Moloney - 

New Mexico Sol 

In addition to the auction for the propellers above, these beautiful propellers will be raffled off!

#8  Carol Maestas - Mariposa

#16  Joan Fenicle -

​Fantasy in Flight

#1  Barbara Lewis & Jeanette Easley​ - Blue Sky Spirit Dancer

#6 Shane Acuff -

Time ~ Pressure ~ Beauty

#12 Dave DeGeer -

​Squeezie


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material: carved propeller and wood burned

#4  Allen Lowrey - 

Between Heaven and Earth

#14  Diane Cutter - 

​Flurry of Wings

#27 Marlene Ray -

Red or Green?

Why not both?

Sid LaJuenesse -

Christmas in New Mexico

material: propeller carved and mounted on a landscape made of sand paper

#20 Lynda Burd -

Georgia on my Mind

501 c3 Organization

#7 Fox Richards -

Grow Roots,

Then Wings

#40  Sherry Doil-Carter -

​As Above So Below

#45 Trent Edwards -

Swing


material: acrylic painted propeller

Juan Morales -

Sanoran Sunset

#30  Meg Leonard​ - Dreams Taking Flight

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#11  Dan Scott Sells -

In Flight at Sunset

#38  Sally Bartos -

Lazy Day

material: paper mache

material: quilted fabric

#2  Annie Hooten - 

​Papillon

material: string art (using nails and colored string) 

#19  Juan Wijngaard - Ariel

#24  Krysteen Waszak - 

Magpie in the Sky

#28  Pat Moorman & Mary Ellen Merrigan - 

Flaminga Airheart

#18  Juan Morales - Detach

#23  Kelly Butterman - 

Morning Air Current

#44  TJ Thompson - 

​Buffalo Wings

#15  Susie Reimer - 

B17 Nose Art

#13  Dee Sanchez - 

​Sunflower Dance

#35  Natasha Rascon - Acoma Indian Style

#33  Miguel Martinez -

​New Mexico Flavor

Flaminga Airheart birthed somewhere in the Pacific Islands shortly after July 2, 1937.  No one knows for sure.  Few understand how she morphed into a symbol of serious hilarity in contention for the Brew & Props 2017 auction to benefit Angel Flight.  As a fledgling, she intuited her Spirit number and adopted a habit of sporting a vintage leather aviator helmet and goggles wherever she went.  A marathon runner for many years, she hung up her tennies at the age of 73, bought “hightops” to support her ankles and invested in tulle-inspired ruffle anklets to wear on fishing trips.  For the past several months she has lived in the creative mind of her friend Patricia Moorman in Albuquerque.  Wherever she lives and forever and ever, Flaminga stands proudly with her tree and her propeller as a reminder of life in the islands.  She’s quite a woman!  Our Flaminga Airheart N916BL by Patricia Moorman.  


Miss Flaminga Airheart is approximately 4 feet tall and 4 week wide.  She is very lightweight.  She is not suitable for outdoors for long periods.  

material: painted with the addition of abolone shells

2017 Artists

#22  Kelli Hulslander -

Let Them Soar

#9  Chris Martinez - Hope in a Dark Place

#31  Melba Bushmire -

Pot Power

#46  John Saunders - 

​Way Ahead and

Far Behind

These are the wonderful artists that are giving their talent and time to support Angel Flight - New Mexico Wing

#42  Gene Rinchik - Dawn Patrol

#34 Richard Gomez -

Home Stead,

Sunset Wonders

#41  Sid LaJuenesse - 

American Spirit

material: propeller painted, wood burned and inlaid with turquoise

#50 Douglas Yazzie -

​Flight of Angels


material: 3-sculpted buffalo heads coming out of the painted propeller.  ​The sculpture portion is hand sculpted one at a time, no casting, no duplication. Each piece is a one of a kind sculpture created using small pieces of an epoxy-based clay that adheres to the wood panel and to itself. The clay hardens within 4 hours so building up small pieces of clay I create a complete sculpture. Once the sculpture is hardened it is coated multiple times with a Copper and Zinc solution. This solution contains those metals and will patina (age itself) over time.

#36  Patti Farley -

I' ll Get Around To It

#21  Karen Nelson - 

​Summer Garden