About the Artist

The Golden Age commission
Steve Anderson with his "Goldlen Age"
which was a special commission

An Artist Fellow of the American Society of Aviation Artists, Steve Anderson creates works that reflect scrupulous attention to historically accurate detail, from the colorful markings on the fuselages to the time of day of an actual battle. Steve’s career has ranged from teaching fine arts and creating Emmy award-winning special effects, to being a Senior Show Designer and Art Director at Walt Disney Imagineering. Since 2002, he has devoted himself full-time to his art.

The Golden Age commission
(from left) Richard Alexander &
Sir Peter Jackson of Wingnut Wings in
front of Anderson's box top cover art.

Steve’s most recent series of oil paintings has been for the production
of model box art for “Wingnut Wings” in New Zealand. Click to read an
article on "Wingnut Wings"
by David Wilson for HyperScale.

Some of Steve’s aviation art awards include:

The Golden Age commission
Steve Anderson at the
Chino Planes of Fame Air Show

Another of Steve’s lifetime goals has been to become a proficient firearms engraver. Considered by many as the ultimate “steel canvas,” the art of engraving is without a doubt, the most challenging of all.