Aviation artist Sam Lyons’ work now at Banyan Pilot Shop

LAKELAND, Fla. – You never know how a relationship can start. That holds true for matters of the heart as well as for art. The president of Banyan Air Services, Don Campion, was attending the Sebring U.S. Sport Aviation Expo in January when he spotted the Lyons Studio display. A dramatic print on canvas called “Tuskegee Ace” caught his eye and drew him into the booth.

Campion was interested in selling Sam’s work in the Banyan Air Pilot Shop that’s at the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport. Business cards were exchanged, a visit was arranged, and now Lyons’ art is prominently displayed in the Pilot Shop.

Sam Lyons, Don Campion, and George Tucker, who manages the pilot shop

Sam Lyons, Don Campion, and George Tucker, who manages the pilot shop

Located on the Banyan Air campus, the Pilot Shop is filled with hundreds of items.

The “Tuskegee Ace” (pictured above) that captivated Campion is now for sale at the Pilot Shop, along with another print on canvas of “Tropical Runway” and nine other Limited Edition prints.

All of Sam’s artwork is available at LyonsStudio.com and is also for sale at many FBOs around the country. You can also see the Lyons Studio booth at the upcoming SUN ‘n FUN Fly-In that starts in Lakeland, Fla., on April 9.

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  1. Mindy Lyons says:

    Thanks for sharing the news about Sam & Banyan Air. Appreciate it!

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