About Steve Cox
The Artist, Publications & Events, and his studio
A lifelong aerospace student, tradesman, and lover of all
things related to flight, his work reflects the realism, technical
detail, joy, and imagination of man’s eternal pursuit of leaving
the things that keep us grounded.
His body of work includes award winning and inspiring
paintings, illustrations, models and special projects commissioned by private customers, corporations and businesses, and non-profit organizations including museums.
Steve’s career includes serving in the USAF as a crew chief on C-141s, and at McDonnell Douglas and The Boeing Company as an assembly mechanic on F-15 Eagle program, 767s and 747s. For the last 28 years of his Boeing career, he served as a developmental, engineering, and display model maker, illustrator, exhibit designer and retired as lead model maker for the Rapid Prototyping & Modeling Lab located in Seattle, Washington across from the Museum of Flight.
Publications & Events
Steve's works have appeared in many
publications, marketing and sales events, and art shows.
To learn more about past, current and upcoming events
click on the images below to learn more about these organizations
The Artist's Studio
Steve works from his studio which contains a lifetime of professional and deeply personal aviation treasures. Whether the item is an early work, a one of a kind reference model, or a dog-eared history book, his studio is a refuge where imagination and realism combine to make a great story. Click on the image below to see more of the artist's studio.
You are always invited to return to Steve’s website at www.stevecoxart.com to see examples of his work, read news and information on past and upcoming events, to learn how to purchase original piece of art, limited edition signed and numbered prints, or contact Steve for information on how to commission new works of art.