Charles Jos Biviano

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The Foo Fighters Of Smith Mountain Lake

Charles Jos Biviano


FOO FIGHTERS is the name given to the general body of spherical, circular, disc-like, or wedged shaped “bogies,” that glows, shines, or reflects a high degree of illumination seen mostly by airline pilots. WWII military pilots were the first to notice these bright orbs of colored light -- and so named them Foo Fighters. Foo Fighters were known for their high rate of speed and agility, being much faster than any known aircraft. Foo Fighters often exhibit highly unconventional abilities such as instantaneous acceleration and deceleration, rapid climbing and descent, and hovering in place. Acryl Gouache & Acrylic Glaze over fixed Chalk Pastel on 24x36 inch canvas. Available for purchase through Bella Arte Gallery, Midlothian, VA. TEL: (804) 794.1511.
24.00" h x 36.00" w

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