Paintings by P.S. Sekora, born in America of Zaporozhian Cossack descent.
During the Second World War, Sekora served in the United States Army, seeing action on the island of New Guinea in the south Pacific. His brother, George, served in the US Army Air Corps in the Second World War, holding the rank of lieutenant, and serving as navigator in a B-17, where he saw action over Germany. Completing the mandatory thirty missions, he was rotated out of combat duty. At the end of the Second World War, with the aid of the GI Bill, P.S. Sekora was able to formally study art and painting.