Featuring the art of John Galbreath
John Galbreath Jr. serves in the Air Force Reserve and flies commercially for United Airlines. He has recently devoted time to rekindling his artistic side after nearly two decades of focusing primarily on family and flying. He has created Hit Line Studios LLC as an outlet to promote and share his most recent paintings. The artwork reflects his experiences over twenty years in aviation, flying multiple types of military and civilian aircraft around the world. With this unique perspective, he attempts to capture the stunning scenes witnessed only by those who have slipped the surly bonds of Earth. The first painting available to the public, in the form of a limited edition print, features his current Air Force aircraft, the C-146A “Wolfhound”. This painting is the first in a collection showcasing the aircraft flown by U.S. Special Operations Command. Stay tuned as additional paintings and aircraft are added in the coming months!
Lt Col Brendon Bartholomew (left) and Maj John Galbreath (right) with the first print of ‘Bon Voyage’.
A framed print of “The Hit Line” adorning the halls of the 319th Special Operations Squadron, Hurlburt Field, FL.