How To Make Art With Jet Engines

    If you happen to have an $11 million plane lying around, that is.

    This is Princess Tarinan von Anhalt of the Jet Art Group.

    And this is a Flexjet's Learjet 45 XR aircraft.

    Or, as the Princess calls it, her "$11 million dollar paintbrush."

    Von Anhalt makes art using the forceful winds that come off airplanes.

    Her process involves throwing paint into the engine's warm, hurricane-speed air flow and onto the canvas.

    The Princess orchestrated her most recent Jet Art stunt on Tuesday in West Palm Beach to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Learjet.

    Flexjet is donating one of the pieces to Auction Napa Valley, in support of a number of non-profit organizations.