This page and subsequent pages will be an ongoing project. We will be adding more of April's artwork as it becomes available. Unless otherwise noted, these images represent works by Apri Lawton that were hand painted using oil and canvas. They were NOT digitally produced! Please contact the webmaster if you would like to contribute any artwork of April Lawton.

F-16 Fighting Falcons by April Lawton

F-16 Fighting Falcons by April Lawton Another masterpiece in the military series created by April, some of which appeared in the Smithsonian Institute. You will not believe the detail observable in the extreme closeup option and you will probably be asking yourself how she did it!
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USAF Over The Grand Canyon by April Lawton

USAF Over The Grand Canyon by April Lawton Here April has the United States Air Force flying over the Grand Canyon. Some extra close-up images are included to show the extreme detail. One should take special notice of the flags of all nations which are actually clearer in the painting than they are in this web-modified representation!
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AH64 Apache Helicopter by April Lawton

AH64 Apache Helicopter by April Lawton With a truly amazing capacity to capture detail April's rendering of this Apache Attack Helicopter is almost photograph like. Be sure to check out the supersized helicopter detailes!
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Prehistoric Trilobites by April Lawton

Prehistoric Trilobites by April Lawton April's profound love of nature coupled with her passion for history and science were strong catalysts for much of her work. Here we have a couple of Trilobites peacefully grazing over 300 million years ago. Note the water reflecting off the sea floor...
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Dimetrodon and Ichtyostega by April Lawton

Prehistoric Trilobites by April Lawton This is an absolutely beautiful piece of work that can transport the viewer back millions of years in time to a landscape made all the more real by April's painting skills. This is a Dimetrodon and what appears to be an Ichyostega looking on from the water. Enjoy!
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Coelodonta antiquitatis (Wooly Rhino) by April Lawton

Coelodonta antiquitatis (Wooly Rhino) by April Lawton Hunted by early humans 30,000 years ago in the Pleistocene epoch, this "Wooly Rhino" kicked up the dust during the Ice Age, grew to 12 feet in length, up to 5.5 feet at the shoulders, and with a tusk that grew up to 3 feet long. Here April seems to incorporate a background reminiscent of Maxfield Parish or the alps of Nicholas Roerich.
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Baluchitherium (early rhinoceros) by April Lawton

Baluchitherium (early rhinoceros) by April Lawton The Baluchitherium was an early rhinoceros which lived in Asia about 20 to 30 million years ago during the late Oligocene (24 to 38 million years ago ) and and early Miocene (5 to 24 million years ago). Here April shows us a size comparison between the giant Baluchitherium and Saber Tooth Tigers which would be of the Smilodon species and which lived during the Pleistocene from 1.6 million years ago to 10,000 years ago when they became extinct.
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Star Wars Imperial Battleship and NASA Space Shuttle by April Lawton

Imperial Battle Ship by April Lawton A spectacular rendering of a Star Wars Imperial Battleship gauged against a contemporary NASA Space Shuttle, is another one of April's works in which she liked to compare startling size differences. This mural was done on a large piece of masonite and has unfortunately, like much of April's work, accumulated a lot of suface dust and other blemishes over time.
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Flight Through Time by April Lawton

Flight Through Time by April Lawton NASA's Space Shuttle Challenger does a fly-by to frighten the originators of man's first successful flight, or is it the Wright Brothers doing the fly-by? Here April again makes good use of a startling comparison as her subject.
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Desert Planet by April Lawton

Desert Planet by April Lawton Unknown desert landscape - perhaps Marsian. Here April takes a simple subject and accents it with wonderful foreground complexity. Supersize it to see the forground detail.

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Sunset Firestorm by April Lawton

Sunset Firestorm by April Lawton Another brilliant scape by April, this time of the sea with the shoreline off in the distance being hit by a spire of lightning. As you'll notice there are two unfortunate lens-flairs in the photo so eventually this piece will have to be re-photographed. Hopfully all of the paintings will be photographed again after professional cleaning. This will be done when the budget allows.
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