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Ina Jean Schertz dropped by on Wednesday, October 10, 2007
What a great web site. It pays to be a pack rat. Dug around and found a small print of the Thunderbird that Gene had given us years ago before we knew who you were. Will get it framed, but maybe I can get you to sign it before I do. Another year or so can't be so long.
Ina Jean

Anthony D. Flamini dropped by on Tuesday, June 12, 2007
I attended the unveiling of your two newest works this morning at the Pratt & Whitney hanger in East Hartford, CT. "Waikiki Sunrise" and "Powering Freedom" are beautifull works of art. Thank you for signing my posters and best wishes.

Carl Pridemore dropped by on Sunday, June 10, 2007
As an Air Force retiree of both the Korean and Vietnam eras, it was very nostalgic to see your great collection of aircraft I once knew.

Paul Hart dropped by on Monday, June 04, 2007
My wife and I had the pleasure of visiting with both of you at your home in the early 1990's. A gracious and impromptu Sunday morning invitation. I had just begun collecting aviation art and have since purchased several of your works. I am back now for a graduation gift for a long time family friend. Lt. Kyle Johnson will complete USAF flight training on 6-8-07 at Laughlin AFB, Del Rio, Tex. He will then continue on to C 17 transition for assignment with the AF Reserve at McGuire AFB, NJ. I can find a no more fitting tribute to commemorate his accomplishment than "Anything, Anywhere, Anytime".
Thank you and all my best,
Paul Hart
Former US Army helicopter pilot - 1966 - 1970, 1st Cav. Div, RVN, 1967 - 1968

Kerry Gavin dropped by on Thursday, May 10, 2007
In case anyone is interested, just saw a "Forget Me Not" print on eBay, item #110123772565, priced at $199 - a great buy

william Tate dropped by on Monday, May 07, 2007
Back a few years ago I visited the 8TH Air Force Museum in Savanah, Ga. To my delight they had an exhibit of your art in there gallery. I enjoyed seeing the paintings first hand and not just small pictures in a magizine. Thanks to you and The 8TH Air Force Museum. I build model aircraft now that I have retired from the Navy and I am looking for any book or info about The Ferris scheme we use to apply to our F-4 Phamtoms in CAG-30 at NAS Mirimar, CA? I understand that the scheme was also applied to the F-14 Tomcat. I would like to build a model of the old Phantom with your scheme but have not found any references I could use to aid me in building the model. Any help I could get would be much appreciated. Cheers Bill

William MIller dropped by on Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Dear keith;
I grew up to R.G.Smiths art work while my father was serving as a aircraft mechanic in the marines.
I feel you both are great masters thru the expression of a paint brush.
Sincerly,William miller
Veteran Airwing marine, Phrog Phlyer

Christine Witham dropped by on Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Hi Keith and Peggy,
I wanted to tell you that I have enjoyed having your print of "Just Airborne, At Sea" hanging in my home since you presented it to me for Top Female Cadet of the Year at Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School in 1995. I graduated a Colonel from the Air Force JROTC program with Chief Robert Rybitski and Major Eugene Pearson. I am always complimented on that print and I am very proud to have it signed by you. Thank you again for being a part of my Air Force ROTC experience, the most rewarding yet.
Christine- Jaffrey,New Hampshire (formerly Scotch Plains, NJ)

Pat Nolan dropped by on Saturday, February 17, 2007
I just recently saw your art work of several paintings of multiple commercial and military aircraft, in the lobby of the St. Augustine, Florida, Aviation Authority building. Very nice. As a pilot I am always on the lookout for outstanding aviation art.

Al Blum (LP) dropped by on Friday, February 09, 2007
F-100D Crew Chief 56-3154 307th TFS
Torrejion Spain 1966 1969

Melanie Sortman dropped by on Friday, January 05, 2007
Keith,
I work with Todd (Trimble) and he directed me to your site. My husband is retired AF so some of your paintings were very real to me. I loved your studio door. My husband still has his collection of patches and mottos. Melanie Sortman

Irv Baum dropped by on Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Whenever I see a Keith Ferris Aviation Painting, especially recalling WW II's mass formations, the roar of Curtis Wright and Pratt & Whitney are heard again with the stinging whine of the RR Merlins. Each painting brings back a rush of "There I was". Perhaps some day there will be a reason for painting the 8th's last bombing mission of April 25, 1945 led by the Triangle Bs of the 92nd Bomb Group, "Fame's Favored Few" and the 8th's senior and longest serving 8th Air Force organization. My nomination for most dramatic action and showing how unfriendly the skies were is the depicton of the 100th Bomb Group under attack. Thank you for making this visit possible. Irv Baum 407th BS, 92nd BG Lt Col USAF (Ret)

Byron Gardiner dropped by on Tuesday, December 19, 2006
Hi Keith,
I'm Allen Gardiner's eldest son. He and Mom were over for dinner the other night and your name came up. So, he was telling old advertising stories on you ... and I promised to take my wife to Air & Space to see your mural. Hope you're doing well ...

Alastair Omand dropped by on Friday, December 01, 2006
I was googling some family history stuff and ran into your web-page.Long, long time ago! Earlier this year we vacationed in Texas and enjoyed A&M and San Antonio, etc, as well as the memories it brought back. I still enjoy the prints I have of your work. Glad to see that you are still alive and kicking. Gig'um aggies, best regards, Al.

Kenneth Corkins dropped by on Thursday, November 30, 2006
I have the F105 Rolling Thunder lithograph. It is set in a scene at Korat AB. That scene is outside the back door of the engine shop where I worked in '68-'69. I can almost hear 093 taxiing out of her chocks now!

gregory s. crandall dropped by on Tuesday, November 28, 2006
dear Mr. ferris, this is in reference to your piece named palmgren,cooley and harvest reaper. I was the sgt. guarding their aircraft the night they went down in southeast asia. please contact me when you get a chance I would like to talk more about it. thank you.yours truely former sgt. g.s.crandall,usaf.

Scott A Petrone dropped by on Thursday, November 09, 2006
Hello keith: I hope all is well with you and your family. As a youngster I got to come to your studio (with Brian Tappen)to see your work. I hope all is well.
Scott A Petrone I used to live on
(8 Spencer Ct, Glacier Hills)

A. Bradley Adamson dropped by on Saturday, October 28, 2006
Hello Keith and Peggy! I bought some prints from you years ago when I lived in Alaska. I'm in Arizona now thawing out. You sent me one of the prints of Mig Sweep that Col. Robin Olds had signed. That one is hanging in my 9 year old sons room now! Your paintings have always been an inspiration to me and I am finally getting into flying for a living. Helicopters though. Best wishes to you both and thank you for your wonderful paintings.

Stefan Dox dropped by on Saturday, October 21, 2006
After surfing Google I have come across your site and it has struck me with design and content!

Rudy Mantel dropped by on Sunday, October 08, 2006
Superb !

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