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Miguel Angel Avila dropped by on Thursday, July 21, 2005
I´m a mexican fan of the history of the World War II, specially of the air war and I also a big fan of the work of mr. Keith Ferris. I love the work he did in paintings depicting action of the 303rd Bomb Group. Keep up that way, freat website and as we said in México, QUE VIVA EL ARTE DEL SEÑOR KEITH FERRIS!

Lynn Redfern dropped by on Tuesday, July 19, 2005
Keith, You have always been the my silent mentor. Though I fall very short of your works I strive to be an artist of your caliber!
I have admired your works for years and would appreciate any comments or advise you are willing to share!
Please visit my sight at www.angelfire.com/ok3/wappee
Thanks for the great art you have given man kind! Eye Candy is what one person called it! I agree!!!!!!!!!!!
Lynn Redfern

Odin dropped by on Monday, July 18, 2005
Hi, I'm just testing out your guestlist. An artist friend of mine was interested in your art and wants a specific plane his uncle flew in WWII. He said something about Marauder Men and the Martin B-26? Doesn't mean anything to me . . .

nil perez dropped by on Wednesday, July 13, 2005
Naturally i'm amazed about avaition art especially your work & very inspirational as an artist.

Martha dropped by on Wednesday, July 06, 2005
I thought I would check out what is new on the site. I took the two history tests and although I did terrible on the first on (20%) I did much better on the second (80%)! Hope you are having a wonderful summer! Martha

Fishman dropped by on Thursday, June 16, 2005
Astronomy callendars, Calculators, Satellite trackers, Telescope Calculators and more...

Brian Anderson dropped by on Tuesday, June 07, 2005
Please accept my thanks as well for "Fortresses Engaged". A print hangs in my office and I am always proud to tell visitors that the pilot of the top B-17 was my uncle, Lt Merril Rish.
(Jim Danehower ... please contact me. I have some photos, journals, letters that I would like to share. briander@comcast.net)

Hal Guiness dropped by on Friday, May 27, 2005
What an enjoyable Web site. Thank you for sharing the rich details on planes, history and your art.

Jim Danehower dropped by on Thursday, May 19, 2005
Thanks for painting "Fortresses Engaged".
My father was the radio operator on one of the fortresses pictured (Merrill Rish was the pilot) - unfortunately it was one of the two that were 'mortally wounded' and for my father the war was over.
Dad would have loved to have seen this print wish I'd found your site sooner.

Best wishes,

Dale Stoner dropped by on Sunday, May 01, 2005
I have been interested in your art since you first worked on paintings of the developing F-15 "Eagle." My only art at that time was a sketch I made of a AV-8A an M-60 tank refueling in a fiedl from a CH-46 "Skyknight" on the cover of the white paper sent to Congress that released the Hawker-Siddley engineeers to continue working in the Douglas engineering building prior to the merger and their move to St. Louis. After decades now I can do some 3D digital art and just allowed the "Skyhawk" to be a subject. You and R.G. Smith were the best.

Don Contant dropped by on Saturday, April 30, 2005
Hey Buddy,
Always looking forward to our next meeting. Want you two to meet Terri.

rritacontant dropped by on Wednesday, April 27, 2005
hi i wish you could paint two mules and a plow in a field. thanks rita

Richard Hill dropped by on Tuesday, April 26, 2005
Good website, high quality content. I learned a lot of useful information from your site. Thanks! Richard.

ROBERT D. JOHNSON (BOB)* dropped by on Wednesday, March 16, 2005
*5TH AIR FORCE KOREA 01/1951-03/1952

Robert L. Eigel dropped by on Tuesday, March 15, 2005
I have always been impressed by Keith Ferris artwork. I have never seen any work which excels his.

George Roberts dropped by on Saturday, March 12, 2005
Hello Keith, I am the proud owner of some oldies: Thurleigh Dawn "Rose of York", I was on that plane; copy #3. Also Thurleigh Prelude print 229. Needless to say I was stationed at Thurleigh. Great Work

Don Rogers dropped by on Wednesday, March 09, 2005
I just ran across your bio in "Aviation History", and saw your web address. I am the very proud owner of a painting of a flight of three P-36's(probably out of Selfridge AFB), that you gave to my father, M/Gen T.C.Rogers in 1963. I would like to thank you again for the book that you sent to me(in 1985). I'm a big fan of your work. The painting is framed and hanging in my den, so I enjoy it daily.

Odin Wortman dropped by on Saturday, March 05, 2005

I love your original art section. Sorry you needed to drop your old visitors' log but this new log is nice too. I hope you hear from lots of folks.

Best wishes!

James Ferris CAF dropped by on Sunday, February 27, 2005
nice art, like your work.

Eben H. Trevino dropped by on Wednesday, February 09, 2005
Mr. Ferris, I don't know if you remember me...but you were painting the mural in the Air & Space Museum at some point between 1980-1982...and you provided me some photos you took in the Middle East - specifically in the desert and of a golf course in which the "greens" were coated with oil. I was a young captain in the USAF working at collecting information for the AF. You signed a print for me that I have to this day. And my son's have that print to this day. God bless you, Eben H. Trevino, Jr., Lt Col USAF Retired. Today after my career in intelligence, I am an Eastern Orthodox priest and my parish is in Manassas, Virginia.

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