Veterans at the wall reflect and remember their missing and fallen comrades while two soldiers in the jungles of Southeast Asia long to be home with their loved ones. A connection is made between men and an unspoken understanding of the experience of war that only those who have experienced it can relate to is portrayed. In the present day scene the rumble of bikes in the distance grows louder and flags fly proudly as veterans ride at the memorial in tribute to the many that did not return. The concept of the wall as a transparent window into these two worlds is the theme for “Man at Arms” and is a poignant reminder of the sacrifices that our veterans made. The Captain America bike, serves as a common bond and as a symbol of freedom for the brotherhood of veterans that ride. This old school chopper is reproduced in stunning detail and is an icon in American motorcycling culture.
Rolling Thunder Edition
In honor of the Vietnam POW/MIA’s Man at Arms will be produced in a limited quantity on high quality canvas and is sure to be a valuable addition to any collection. 125 original canvas editions will be signed by veterans throughout the Memorial Day weekend. A request has been submitted to the White House to have the Commander -In- Chief President George W. Bush autograph the print. The autographed original canvas will then be auctioned on E-Bay with all proceeds of this sale going to Ride To The Wall Foundation to help homeless and at-risk veterans across the nation through out-reach programs known as Stand Downs.