U.S.S. LaVallette DD448 Jacob Island, Marshall Islands, February 5, 1944
Relaxing in the midst of hostilities.
Happy Birthday, George!!
George I am a friend of Neil VanDyne and I do wish you a happy birthday. I too am a veteran of the WW2, but saw no combat. I enlisted in the Army Air Corps(now called Air Force) when i was 17, was trained as an airplane mechanic and spent time in the Occupation of Germany in 1945-1946. I am 84 so am only a youngster to you. May God bless you as he already has, I am sure. I loved your paintings and drawings. and George you have made your mark on your world, with your military service and art talent. Live Laugh and Love George and have a great 90th birthday. Fred Howes
When things are going South around us,we always have the option to see beauty & peace….This is a truly beautiful painting. ♥
That is a lovely thought– to relax even in the midst of hostilities.
Happy birthday, George!
I love your colours! Hope you keep doing this
Happy Birthday, George!! I love your paintings and admire your talent.
It is a privilege to see things thru the eyes of a talented artist such as yourself. Thank you! Happy birthday, George!
For me this painting is about putting things in perspective. The idea of relaxing in the midst of hostilities inspires me! Anyone who believes it impossible to take a moment to relax and appreciate beauty in the hurried world of today should look at this painting and ponder a little bit what was it like back then…
Thank you,George! And Happy Birthday!
Happy Birthday George:) You are a amazing artist! Cheers to anouther great year and Birthday. From a Canadian Girl !
Your paintings and drawings are beautiful, I love your style. It’s really fascinating to be escorted through this time in history. thanks for sharing….Happy Happy Birthday Sailor! bless you, lorelei
Respect and thanks for sharing. My grandfather was an Australian pilot in WW2 and I think it’s great to hear and see history. Happy late birtday from a friend of Alex Flynn.
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