Paul Houle started out as an artist enrolled in the University of Guelph Fine Arts Program. After only one year he departed in pursuit of his passion for flying. Paul has been a commercial pilot since 1994 and in the last few years has revisited his art.
Paul has been published in books and has worked on private commissions. He has been involved in Michel Lavigne’s series of books featuring Canadian pilots, specifically, those that fought in the Mediterranean theatre of Operations including a wartime book on his great uncle, G/C (retired) Bert Houle.
His medium of choice is acrylic and black ink. His most recent works have mainly been what he considers "aircraft portraits".